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FRANCES SPALDING The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian Imagination Fiona MacCarthy JONATHAN KEATES The Castrato and His Wife Helen Berry PEYTON SKIPWITH John Craxton Ian Collins
TED NIELD Survivors: The Animals and Plants that Time Has Left Behind Richard Fortey STEPHEN AMIDON Fire Season: Field Notes from a Wilderness Lookout Philip Connors TOM FORT Rat Island: Predators in Paradise and the World’s Greatest Wildlife Rescue William Stolzenburg
MALISE RUTHVEN A Quiet Revolution: The Veil’s Resurgence, from the Middle East to America Leila Ahmed MICHAEL BURLEIGH The 9/11 Wars Jason Burke FRANCIS WHEEN Scapegoat: A History of Blaming Other People Charlie Campbell ANTHONY DANIELS The Origins of AIDS Jacques Pepin FREDERIC RAPHAEL Is That a Fish in Your Ear? Translation and the Meaning of Everything David Bellos ALEXANDER WAUGH A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos Dava Sobel DIANA ATHILL Indigo: In Search of the Colour that Seduced the World Catherine McKinley KATHARINE WHITEHORN This Way to the Revolution: A Memoir Erin Pizzey
URSULA K LE GUIN Ragnarok: The End of the Gods A S Byatt JONATHAN BECKMAN The Sisters Brothers Patrick deWitt PAUL BAILEY The Last Hundred Days Patrick McGuinness ANDREW LYCETT The Narrative of John Smith Arthur Conan Doyle JONATHAN BARNES ON FIVE DEBUT NOVELS PATRICIA DUNCKER The Translation of the Bones Francesca Kay TOM WILLIAMS A Cruel Bird Came to the Nest and Looked In Magnus Mills DAVID ANNAND Damned Chuck Palahniuk JOHN BOYNE Shooting Angels Christopher Hope EMMA HOGAN Childish Loves Benjamin Markovits
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JOAN SMITH is a novelist, columnist and critic. She is President of the Creators’ Rights All i ance and a board member o f t he Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society.
DAVID PRYCE-JONES’s most recent book is Treason from the Heart: From Thomas Pa i n e t o Kim Ph i l b y (Encounter Books). He is Senior Editor of National Review.
ALEXANDER MAITLAND is the authorised biographer of Wilfred Thesiger.
FRANCES SPALDING’s book on John and Myfanwy Piper is available in paperback. Prunella Clough: Regions Unmapped will be published next year.
PEYTON SKIPWITH’s l a test book, written with Brian Webb, is Edward Bawden’s London (V&A Publishing).
TED NIELD’s most recent book is Incoming! Or, Why We Should Stop Worrying a n d Lea r n t o Love t h e Meteorite (Granta Books).
MALISE RUTHVEN’s books include Fundamentalism: The Search for Meaning and A Fury for God: The Islamist Attack on America. A book of his essays, Encounters with Islam, will be published next year.
FREDERIC RAPHAEL’s Ifs and Buts, his fifth volume of notebooks, is published by Carcanet.
DIANA ATHILL’s Instead of a Book: Letters to a Friend will be published in October by Granta Books.
KATHARINE WHITEHORN is agony aunt for Saga magazine and is writing again in a small way for The Observer, where she had a column for thirty-six years.
URSULA K LE GUIN’s most recent novel Lavinia won the Locus Fantasy Award in 2009.
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