5 APRIL 2003, Page 38

A selection of recent paperbacks

Non-fiction: The Daily Telegraph Best Sermons Ever compiled by Christopher Howse, Continuum, £10.99 Inside Track by Robin Oakley, Corgi, £7.99 The First World War by Michael Howard, OUP, £8.99 Islam's Black Slaves by Ronald Segal, Atlantic Books, £8.99 The Long Recessional by David Gilmour, Pimlico, £15 Edwin Lutyens by Jane Ridley. Pimlico, £12.50 A Pelican in the Wilderness by Isabel Colegate, HarperCollins, £8.99 Paris Between Empires by Philip Mansel, Phoenix, £14.99 Rosalind Franklin by Brenda Maddox, HarperCollins, £7.99 Peacemakers by Margaret Macmillan, John Murray. £9.99 The Power of Babel by John McWhorter, Arrow, £7.99 Haile Selassie's War by Anthony Mockler, Signal, £14.99 The Snow Geese by William Fiennes, Picador, £7.99 Globalization and its Discontents by Joseph Stiglitz, Penguin, £7.99 In Churchill's Shadow by David Cannadine, Penguin, £8.99 White Mughals by William Dalrymple, HarperCollins, £8.99 The Secret State by Peter Hennessy, Penguin, £7.99 Stone Voices by Neal Ascherson, Granta, £9.99 Against Oblivion by Ian Hamilton, Penguin, £8.99 The Footnote by Anthony Grafton, Faber, £8.99 A Pocket Guide to Opera by Rupert Christiansen. Faber, £7.99 Paris Babylon by Rupert Christiansen, Pimlico, £12.50 Fiction: The Song of Names by Norman Lebrecht, Review, £6.99 Flight by Victoria Glendinning, Scribner, £6.99 My Name is Red by Orhan Pamuk, Faber, £7.99 Who's Sorry Now? by Howard Jacobson, Vintage, £6.99 Gould's Book of Fish by Richard Flanagan, Atlantic. £7,99 Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry. Faber, £7.99