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CHRISTOPHER ROSS Tokyo Vice Jake Adelstein MICHAEL HOLMAN Famine & Foreigners: Ethiopia Since Live Aid Peter Gill
JOAN SMITH Nomad: From Islam to America – A Personal Journey Through the Clash of Civilizations Ayaan Hirsi Ali ADAM LEBOR Crossing Mandelbaum Gate: Coming of Age Between the Arabs and Israelis, 1956–78 Kai Bird DONALD RAYFIELD Siberian Education Nicolai Lilin MATT THORNE Shit My Dad Says Justin Halpern
MARGARET ATWOOD TALKS TO ROSALIND PORTER
TED NIELD Vanished Ocean: How Tethys Reshaped the World Dorrik Stow JOHN GRIBBIN How to Find a Habitable Planet James Kasting CRISPIN TICKELL A Cultural History of Climate Wolfgang Behringer Turned Out Nice: How the British Isles Will Change as the World Heats Up Marek Kohn
FELIPE FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves Matt Ridley JEREMY WARNER Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy Anatole Kaletsky Losing Control: The Emerging Threats to Western Prosperity Stephen D King MICHAEL BURLEIGH Faith and Power: Religion and Politics in the Middle East Bernard Lewis OLIVER DENNIS The Literature of Australia: An Anthology (Ed) Nicholas Jose JOHN SUTHERLAND The Oxford Book of Parodies (Ed) John Gross JONATHAN BECKMAN Alex’s Adventures in Numberland: Dispatches from the Wonderful World of Mathematics Alex Bellos
PATRICIA DUNCKER Mud: Stories of Sex and Love Michèle Roberts TIM MARTIN Imperial Bedrooms Bret Easton Ellis TOBY LICHTIG Heartbreak Craig Raine PATRICK SKENE CATLING The Misogynist Piers Paul Read RICHARD GODWIN The Ask Sam Lipsyte FRANCIS KING Inheritance Nicholas Shakespeare JANE CHARTERIS The News Where You Are Catherine O’Flynn
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DOMINIC SANDBROOK’s new book, State of Emergency – The Way We Were: Britain, 1970–1974, will be published in September by Allen Lane.
JOAN SMITH is Political Blonde. Visit www.politicalblonde.com for news, pictures and her latest columns.
KATHLEEN BURK i s Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, UCL. Her books include Morgan Grenfell 1838–1988: The Biography of a Merchant Bank.
SUDHIR HAZAREESINGH teaches at Balliol College, Oxford. His latest book, Le Mythe Gaullien, has just been published by Éditions Gallimard in Paris.
DAVID LEWIS-WILLIAMS is Professor Emeritus and Senior Mentor at the Rock Art Research Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. His latest book is Conceiving God: The Cognitive Origin and Evolution of Religion (Thames & Hudson).
CHRISTOPHER ROSS lived in Tokyo for five years. He was obsessed by martial arts in Japan, sometimes training with more traditionally minded yakuza. His last book, Mishima’s Sword, was longlisted for the Kiriyama Prize.
JOHN GRIBBIN is a Visiting Fellow in Astronomy at the University of Sussex and author of In Search of the Multiverse.
DAVID PROFUMO i s t he f i s h i ng columnist for Country Life magazine.
PATRICIA DUNCKER’s latest novel is The Strange Case of the Composer and His Judge (Bloomsbury).
HAZHIR TEIMOURIAN’s Omar Khayyam: Poet, Rebel, Astronomer was published in 2007.
ROSALIND PORTER is the co-editor of Four-Letter Word: New Love Letters.
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