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A selection of recent paperbacks

Non-fiction: Alec Douglas-Home by D. R. Thorpe (Politicos, £14.99) Penguin Special by Jeremy Lewis (Penguin, £9.99) Generals by Mark Urban (Faber, £8.99) Luftwaffe Letters by Edward Thorpe (Arcadia, £12.99) Coronation by Roy Strong (Harper Perennial, £15.99) The Dragons of Expectation by Robert Conquest (Duckworth, £8.99) John Betjeman: Letters, Volumes I and II, edited by Candida Lycett-Green (Methuen, £14.99 each) Europe by Jan Morris (Faber, £9.99) Shadowplay by Clare Asquith (Public Affairs, £9.99) Around the World in Eighty Years by Jan Morris (Seren Books, £9.99) Daddy ... Is Timmy in Heaven Now? by Sam Leith (Canongate, £7.99) Rosebery by Leo McKinstry (John Murray, £10.99) The Meaning of Recognition and The Book of My Enemy by Clive James (Picador, £8.99 each) William Cobbett by Richard Ingrams (Harper Perennial, £8.99) Butter Chicken in Ludhiana by Pankaj Mishra (Picador, £8.99) The Ruling Caste by David Gilmour (Pimlico, £9.99) Vanessa Bell by Frances Spalding (Tempus, £15.99) Not Quite a Diplomat by Chris Patten (Penguin, £8.99) Fakers, Forgers and Phoneys by Magnus Magnusson (Mainstream, £9.99) Semi-Detached by Griff Rhys Jones (Picador, £7.99) Irrationality by Stuart Sutherland (Pinter & Martin, £8.99) Balsamic Dreams by Joe Queenan (Picador, £7.99) Gladstone edited by Peter J. Jagger (Hambledon Continuum, £16.99) Owning Up and Slowing Down by George Melly (Penguin, £9.99 and £8.99) Contact Wounds by Jonathan Kaplan (Picador, £8.99) Euphonies by John Michell (Wooden Books, £4.99) Fiction: Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky (Vintage, £7.99) Carry Me Down by M. J. Hyland (Canongate, £7.99) Talking About It by Tim Parks (Hesperus, £7.99) Notting Hell by Rachel Johnson (Penguin, £6.99) The Blood Dimmed Tide by Rennie Airth (Pan, £6.99) Missing Kissinger by Etgar Keret (Chatto, £11.99) Mr Gilfil's Love Story by George Eliot (Hesperus, £6.99) Mrs Lirriper and Somebody's Luggage by Charles Dickens (Hesperus, £8.99 and £6.99)