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CAROLINE MOOREHEAD The Junior Officers’ Reading Club: Killing Time and Fighting Wars Patrick Hennessey BEN WILSON The Life and Death of Democracy John Keane EDWARD NORMAN God is Back: How the Global Rise of Faith is Changing the World John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge ANDREW LAMBERT Men of War: The Changing Face of Heroism in the 19th Century Navy David Crane STEPHEN HALLIDAY Bugs and the Victorians J F M Clark JOHN MCEWEN Sleuth: The Amazing Quest for Lost Art Treasures Philip Mould STEPHEN AMIDON Closing Time: A Memoir Joe Queenan When Skateboards Will Be Free Saïd Sayrafiezadeh CHRISTOPHER HART On Roads: A Hidden History Joe Moran HARRY MOUNT Lived in London: Blue Plaques and the Stories Behind Them (Ed) Emily Cole TIM RICE Ashes to Ashes: 35 Years of Humiliation (and About 20 Minutes of Ecstasy) Watching England v Australia Marcus Berkmann
PHILIP WOMACK Gullstruck Island Frances Hardinge The Ask and the Answer Patrick Ness Season of Secrets Sally Nicholls The Well Between the Worlds Sam Llewellyn Feather and Bone Lazlo Strangolov The Immortals Chris Riddell & Paul Stewart
GILLIAN TINDALL Hodd Adam Thorpe ELSPETH BARKER Lavinia Ursula K Le Guin SUZI FEAY The Little Stranger Sarah Waters ADRIAN TURPIN Nobody Move Denis Johnson JULIAN PREECE Alone in Berlin Hans Fallada JOANNA KAVENNA How to Paint a Dead Man Sarah Hall BEAU HOPKINS Hearts and Minds Amanda Craig SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE Turbulence Giles Foden RASHEED EL-ENANY Friendly Fire Alaa Al Aswany CHARLOTTE APPLEYARD Intuition Allegra Goodman
LUCY POPESCU JESSICA MANN
LESLIE MITCHELL is Emeritus Fellow of University College, Oxford. His most recent publications include a life of Maurice Bowra and a study of the Whig Party entitled The Whig World.
CHRISTOPHER KELLY is a Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. His latest book, Attila the Hun: Barbarian Terror and the Fall of Rome, was published by The Bodley Head last year.
CLAIRE HARMAN’s most recent book is Jane’s Fame: How Jane Austen Conquered the World (Canongate).
ADOLF WOOD was born in 1928 in Krugersdorp, near Johannesburg. From 1975 to 2002 he was Senior Editor at The Times Literary Supplement.
PHILIP DAVIS is the author of Bernard Malamud: A Writer’s Life (OUP, 2007) and most recently, Why Victorian Literature Still Matters (Blackwell, 2008) He is also editor of The Reader magazine.
CATHERINE PETERS’s short life of Dickens will be reissued by the History Press next month.
HARRY MOUNT is the author of A Lust for Window Sills: A Lover’s Guide to British Buildings from Portcullis to Pebble-Dash.
DAVID STAFFORD’s most recent book is Endgame: Victory, Retribution, Liberation (Abacus, 2008).
RASHEED EL-ENANY is Professor of Modern Arabic Literature at the University of Exeter.
ION TREWIN was Literary Editor of The Times in the 1970s before crossing over to publishing. At Weidenfeld & Nicolson he edited three volumes of the diaries of Alan Clark. His biography of Clark will be published in September.
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