SILENCED VOICES CRIME LETTERS POETRY COMPETITION LR CLASSIFIEDS LR CROSSWORD LR BOOKSHOP
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RICHARD DAVENPORT-HINES Venice: Pure City Peter Ackroyd ANDREW LYCETT The Diamond Smugglers; Thrilling Cities Ian Fleming JOHN JOLLIFFE Along the Enchanted Way: A Romanian Story William Blacker
JONATHAN MIRSKY I Am Justice: A Journey Out of Africa Paul Kenyon KEITH LOWE Lancaster: The Second World War’s Greatest Bomber Leo McKinstry CHARLES ELLIOTT Eyewitness: The Rise and Fall of Dorling Kindersley Christopher Davis FRANCES WILSON Woman as Design: Before Behind Between Above Below Stephen Bayley NICK FOULKES Bespoke: Savile Row Ripped and Smoothed Richard Anderson JOHN SUTHERLAND Outside of a Dog: A Bibliomemoir Rick Gekoski CHARLIE CAMPBELL For Richer, for Poorer: A Love Affair with Poker Victoria Coren LINDY BURLEIGH ‘The Daily Telegraph’ Book of Imperial and Commonwealth Obituaries (ed) David Twiston Davies
LYNDALL GORDON Summertime: Scenes from Provincial Life J M Coetzee PAMELA NORRIS The Year of the Flood Margaret Atwood FRANCIS KING The Wilderness Samantha Harvey DJTAYLOR The Man in the Wooden Hat Jane Gardam KATE SAUNDERS The Bradshaw Variations Rachel Cusk JONATHAN BARNES The People’s Train Thomas Keneally MICHAEL ARDITTI Let the Great World Spin Colum McCann DAVID JAYS The Infinities John Banville STEPHEN AMIDON Generation A Douglas Coupland TIM MARTIN Ordinary Thunderstorms William Boyd SUZI FEAY A Week in September Sebastian Faulks
LUCY POPESCU ON NATALIA ESTEMIROVA JESSICA MANN
ARCHIE BROWN is the author of The Rise and Fall of Communism, published by The Bodley Head this year.
DAVID CESARANI’s latest book, Major Farran’s Hat: Murder, Scandal and Britain’s War Against Jewish Terrorism, 1945–1948, is published by Heinemann.
LYNDALL GORDON is the author of Shared Lives, a memoir of women’s friendship in her native Cape Town (Virago, 2005).
JOHN SUTHERLAND’s bibliomemoir, Magic Moments, was published by Profile Books in 2008.
KEITH LOWE is the author of Inferno: The Devastation of Hamburg, 1943.
PETER MARSHALL is Professor of History at the University of Warwick. His most recent book is Mother Leakey and the Bishop: A Ghost Story (2007).
NICHOLAS FOULKES is writing a book about the gambling mania of early Victorian England and the great Derby scandal of 1844.
ANDREW LYCETT’s new book, Kipling Abroad, is published next month. He is the author of several biographies including one of Ian Fleming.
JAMES HOLLAND is the author of Italy’s Sorrow: A Year of War, 1944–1945.
MICHAEL ARDITTI’s latest novel, The Enemy of the Good, is published by Arcadia, who have also reissued his first, The Celibate.
CHARLIE CAMPBELL is writing a history of scapegoats, due to be published by Duckworth in spring 2011. He worked for Literary Review for three years, during which time he taught the other staff to play poker while the editor was on holiday.
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LITERARY REVIEW September 2009