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GODFREYBARKER The Dawn of Astrology: A Cultural History of Western Astrology, Volume I – The Ancient and Classical Worlds Nicholas Campion
DAVIDCESARANI Searching for Schindler: A Memoir Thomas Keneally CLAUDIAFITZHERBERT The Collected Letters of Katherine Mansfield, Volume 5: 1922 (Ed) Vincent O’Sullivan & Margaret Scott PATRICKO’CONNOR Ever, Dirk: The Bogarde Letters (Ed)John Coldstream WILLIAMPALMER Maps of My Life Guy Browning
ANDREWLYCETT Two Planks and a Passion: The Dramatic History of Skiing Roland Huntford PAULJOHNSON The Sinister Side: How Left–Right Symbolism Shaped Western Art James Hall JONATHANMIRSKY Death by a Thousand Cuts Timothy Brook, Jéérôôme Bourgon & Gregory Blue JOHNKEAY Empires of the Indus: The Story of a River Alice Albinia MARKALMOND The Baader–Meinhof Complex Stefan Aust OLIVERGILMOUR Everything is Connected: The Power of Music Daniel Barenboim Music at the Limits: Three Decades of Essays and Articles on Music Edward W Said ANDREWBARROW Turned Out Nice Again: The Story of British Light Entertainment Louis Barfe
CAROLEANGIER Indignation Philip Roth ELSPETHBARKER A Mercy Toni Morrison MIRANDAFRANCE The Atmospheric Railway: New and Selected Stories Shena Mackay MICHAELARDITTI In Zodiac Light Robert Edric FRANCISKING Black Orchids Gillian Slovo MATTTHORNE Liver Will Self
PETERWASHINGTONis General Editor of the Everyman’s Library.
ANNESOMERSETis writing a biography of Queen Anne.
CLAUDIAFITZHERBERT is writing a book about letters.
JOHNGRIBBINis the author of Science: A History.
DAVIDCESARANI’s books include Eichmann. His Life and Crimes. His next book, Major Farran’s Hat: Britain’s War against Jewish Terrorism, 1945–1948, will be published in March by Heinemann.
JEREMYLEWIS’s third volume of memoirs, Grub Street Irregular, was published in July by HarperCollins.
ANDREWLYCETTis the author of Conan Doyle: The Man Who Created Sherlock Holmes, recently issued in paperback by Phoenix. He didn’t learn to ski until his mid-thirties, but is now an enthusiast and, in his dreams, cherishes the idea of being a ski instructor.
MICHAELARDITTI’s latest novel, The Enemy of the Good, will be published in May by Arcadia, who will also reissue his first novel, The Celibate.
FRANKMCLYNN, the author of over twenty books, is a self-confessed movie buff.
LUCYPOPESCU’s The Good Tourist: An Ethical Traveller’s Guidewas published last month by Arcadia Books.
JOHNDESTJORREis the author of The Good Ship Venus: The Erotic Voyage of the Olympia Press. During his research, he solved a forty-year old literary mystery by uncovering the true identity of the author of Story of O.
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LITERARY REVIEW November 2008