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CRIME POETRY SILENCED VOICES LR COMPETITION LR CROSSWORD
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56 56 57 58
60 62 63 25 59
PIERS BRENDON The Thirties: An Intimate History Juliet Gardiner PAUL CARTLEDGE Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Civilization Richard Miles WILLIAM DOYLE The Unseen Terror: The French Revolution in the Provinces Richard Ballard TIMOTHY BROOK 1492: The Year Our World Began Felipe Fernández-Armesto MARY KENNY The Rising – Ireland: Easter 1916 Fearghal McGarry
MICHAEL HOLMAN Dreams in a Time of War: A Childhood Memoir Ngugi wa Thiong’o JWM THOMPSON Did You Really Shoot the Television? A Family Fable Max Hastings
KENAN MALIK What Darwin Got Wrong Jerry Fodor & Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini JONATHAN BECKMAN Brilliant Effects: A Cultural History of Gem Stones & Jewellery Marcia Pointon JOHN GRIBBIN The Eerie Silence: Are We Alone in the Universe? Paul Davies TOM FORT Eating Animals Jonathan Safran Foer JOHN SUTHERLAND The Oxford Companion to the Book (Ed) Michael F Suarez, S J & H R Woudhuysen
GILLIAN TINDALL Lost London (Kenwood House 23 January – 5 April) Lost London: 1870–1945 Philip Davies
JOHN DUGDALE Point Omega Don DeLillo PAMELA NORRIS Trespass Rose Tremain JAY PARINI Parrot and Olivier in America Peter Carey SARAH A SMITH The Strange Case of the Composer and his Judge Patricia Duncker SUSAN HILL At the Chime of a City Clock D J Taylor S IMON BAKER Cold Snap Francis King LINDY BURLEIGH ON FIRST NOVELS KATE SAUNDERS So Much For That Lionel Shriver
LR CLASSIFIEDS 64 LR BOOKSHOP 12
MICHAEL BURLEIGH’s most recent book is Blood & Rage: A Cultural History of Terrorism. His latest project is a history of US responses to global insurgency from 1948 to 1968.
DAVID PRYCE-JONES’s most recent book, Safe Houses, is published by Sinclair-Stevenson. He is Senior Editor of National Review.
JOAN SMITH has a website under the name of Political Blonde. It can be found at www.politicalblonde.com
PAUL CARTLEDGE is the A G Leventis Professor of Greek Culture at Cambridge University and an honorary citizen of (modern) Sparta.
ROBERT LACEY is the author of Ford: The Men and the Machine (1986). His latest book is Inside the Kingdom: Kings, Clerics, Modernists, Terrorists and the Struggle for Saudi Arabia (Hutchinson).
SUSAN HILL’s The Shadows in the Street, the fifth book in her Simon Serrailler crime novel series, is published in April by Chatto & Windus.
DONALD RAYFIELD is Emeritus Professor of Russian and Georgian at Queen Mary, University of London. The third, expanded edition The Literature of Georgia: A History has just been published by the Garnett Press.
MARY KENNY’s most recent book is Crown and Shamrock: Love and Hate between Ireland and the British Monarchy.
MICHAEL HOLMAN is a former Africa editor of the Financial Times. Dizzy Worms, the third novel in his satirical trilogy set in east Africa, will be published by Polygon in June.
GILLIAN TINDALL’s The Fields Beneath: The History of One London Village was first published in 1977. Her latest book is Footprints in Paris (Chatto & Windus).
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LITERARY REVIEW March 2010