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A selection of recent paperbacks

Non-fiction: The Queen's Conjuror by Benjamin Woolley, Flamingo, £7.99 A View of Delft by Anthony Bailey. Pimlico, £10 The Life of John Milton by A. N. Wilson, Pimlico, £12.50 Wittgenstein's Poker by David Edmonds and John Eidinow, Faber. £7.99 Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages by Umberto Eco, Yale, £8.50 The Great Hedge of India by Roy Moxham, Robinson, £7.99 This House Has Fallen by Karl Maier, Penguin, £9.99 The Englishman's England by Ian Ousby, Pimlico, £12.50 A Yorkshire Boyhood by Roy Hattersiey, LittleBrown. £10.99 Conundrum by Jan Morris, Faber, £8.99 A Soldier's Way by Cohn Powell, Arrow, £8.99 There Was a Young Man from Cardiff by Dannie Abse, Seren. £6.95 IBM and the Holocaust by Edwin Black, TimeWarner, .E9.99 Writing with Hitchcock by Steven deRosa, Faber, £14.99 A Higher Form of Killing by Robert Harris and Jeremy Paxman Arrow, £8.99 Francis of Assisi by Adrian House, Pimlico, £12.50 Dreaming and Scheming by Hanif Kureishi, Faber, £8.99 The Irish Famine by Calm Toibin and Diarmaid Ferriter, Profile, £8.99 They Don't Know What's Wrong by James Le Fanu, Robinson, £7.99 More, Now, Again by Elizabeth Wurtzel, Virago, £12.99 Bellow by James Atlas, Faber, £16 Hooking Up by Tom Wolfe, Picador, £6.99 Fiction: How to be Good by Nick Hornby, Penguin, £6.99 Licks of Love by John Updike, Penguin, £7.99 Sheepshagger by Niall Griffiths, Vintage, £6.99 The Great Mordecai Moustache Mystery by Kyril Bonfiglioli, Penguin, £6.99 The Body Artist by Don Dellilo, Picador, £6.99 Days Like Today by Rachel Ingalls, Faber, £7.99 The Crime of Father Amaro by Eca de Queiroz, Dedalus, £11.99 Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami, Harvill, £7.99