SILENCED VOICES POETRY COMPETITION CRIME LR CLASSIFIEDS LR CROSSWORD LR BOOKSHOP
45 47 48
53 54 55 56 57 58
59 60 62 64 46 19
PAUL BAILEY Fat, Gluttony and Sloth: Representing Obesity in Literature, Art and Medicine David Haslam & Fiona Haslam
ELSPETH BARKER Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary (Edd) Christian Kay, Jane Roberts, Michael Samuels and Irené Wotherspoon JOHN SUTHERLAND Howards End is on the Landing Susan Hill
ROBERT CHESSHYRE True Compass: A Memoir Edward MKennedy CATHERINE PETERS Passageways: The Story of a New Zealand Family Ann Thwaite JONATHAN MIRSKY Confessions of a Mullah Warrior Masood Farivar SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE Redeeming Features: A Memoir Nicholas Haslam
MICHAEL BURLEIGH No Enchanted Palace: The End of Empire and the Ideological Origins of the United Nations Mark Mazower BEN WILSON The Political Gene: How Darwin’s Ideas Changed Politics Dennis Sewell JONATHAN DERBYSHIRE Diaries George Orwell RICHARD DAVENPORT-HINES Contact! Jan Morris MARY KENNY Occasions of Sin: Sex & Society in Modern Ireland Diarmaid Ferriter DIANA ATHILL The Plot: A Biography of an English Acre Madeleine Bunting JEREMY LEWIS The Freedoms of Suburbia Paul Barker
JOHN DUGDALE Beginners Raymond Carver JOHN DE FALBE Your Face Tomorrow 3: Poison, Shadow and Farewell Javier Marías OPHELIA FIELD The Lacuna Barbara Kingsolver SAM LEITH The Humbling Philip Roth ALAN RAFFERTY Invisible Paul Auster CHRISTOPHER BIGSBY Presence: Collected Stories Arthur Miller JOHN MURRAY The Good Angel of Death Andrey Kurkov TOBY LICHTIG The Wild Things Dave Eggers
MICHAEL BURLEIGH’s Blood & Rage: A Cultural History of Terrorism is available in paperback from HarperPerennial.
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 Bodley Head last year.
ROBERT IRWIN’s latest book is For Lust of Knowing: The Orientalists and Their Enemies. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
RICHARD BARBER is working on a study of Edward III and the Knights of the Garter as a military and social group, to be published by Allen Lane in 2010.
ROBERT CHESSHYRE is a former US correspondent of The Observer.
BEN WILSON’s What Price Liberty? was published in May by Faber.
MARY KENNY’s most recent book is Crown and Shamrock: Love and Hate between Ireland and the British Monarchy (New Island).
DAVID WATKIN’s latest book, The Roman Forum, was published in April by Profile Books.
ADRIAN TINNISWOOD’s next book, Pirates of the Mediterranean: True Stories of Corsairs, Converts and Conquest, will be published by Jonathan Cape next spring.
JAMES LE FANU is a doctor in South London. His most recent book, Why Us? How Science Rediscovered the Mystery of Ourselves, was published by HarperPress earlier this year.
NIGEL JONES is writing a history of the Tower of London for Hutchinson.
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