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BLAIR WORDEN The Life and Thought of Herbert Butterfield: History, Science and God Michael Bentley LESLIE MITCHELL Dare to Stand Alone: The Story of Charles Bradlaugh, Atheist and Republican Bryan Niblett SIMON HEFFER Nikolaus Pevsner: The Life Susie Harries JONATHAN MIRSKY Leon Uris: Life of a Best Seller Ira B Nadel
EDWARD DOLNICK Art Theft and the Case of the Stolen Turners Sandy Nairne KEVIN JACKSON Austin Osman Spare: The Life and Legend of London’s Lost Artist Phil Baker WILLIAM PALMER I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy Bob Riesman
OLIVER DENNIS ON THREE RECENT RELEASES
DAVA SOBEL Measure of the Earth: The Enlightenment Expedition that Reshaped Our World Larrie D Ferreiro JOHN SUTHERLAND The Words of Others: From Quotations to Culture Gary Saul Morson JAMES LE FANU Disease Maps: Epidemics on the Ground Tom Koch FRED INGLIS Visions of England Roy Strong SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE Sex on the Moon: The Amazing True Story behind the Most Audacious Heist in History Ben Mezrich ALEX RENTON Dishing i t Out: In Search of the Restaurant Experience Robert Appelbaum IAIN MARSHALL ON FOUR BOOKS ON BICYCLES
MATTHEW ADAMS Complete Stories Kingsley Amis ADRIAN TURPIN The Sense of an Ending Julian Barnes JOHN THIEME The Cat’s Table Michael Ondaatje EDMUND GORDON On Canaan’s Side Sebastian Barry ANTHONY CUMMINS The Blue Book A L Kennedy MICHAEL SHERBORNE Gods Without Men Hari Kunzru JONATHAN BARNES ON FIVE FIRST NOVELS RACHEL HORE Blow on a Dead Man’s Embers Mari Strachan JOANNA HINES ON SIX HISTORICAL NOVELS DAVID ANNAND Wild Abandon Joe Dunthorne
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WILLIAM DOYLE’s most recent book is Aristocracy: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press).
LEANDA DE LISLE’s most recent book is The Sisters Who Would be Queen: The Tragedy of Mary, Katherine & Lady Jane Grey (HarperPress).
MAREK KOHN’s most recent work, Turned Out Nice: How the British Isles will Change as the World Heats Up, is published by Faber & Faber.
JOAN SMITH i s the author of Misogynies, What Will Survive and halfa-dozen crime novels. She is President of the Creators’ Rights Alliance and blogs as www.politicalblonde.com.
MARK BOSTRIDGE’s most recent book is Florence Nightingale (Penguin). He is writing a study of England in 1914.
BLAIR WORDEN’s most recent book is The English Civil Wars, 1640–1660 (W&N).
LESLIE MITCHELL is Emeritus Fellow of University College, Oxford. His publications include a study of the Whig Party entitled The Whig World.
EDWARD DOLNICK is the author of two books on art crime, Stealing the Scream and The Forger’s Spell.
DAVA SOBEL’s books include Longitude and Galileo’s Daughter. Her new book, A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos, is published next month by Bloomsbury.
JOHN SUTHERLAND is Lord Northcliffe Professor Emeritus at UCL.
FRED INGLIS is Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Sheffield. His most recent book is A Short History of Celebrity (Princeton).
ALEX RENTON writes a column in The Times on food.
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