November 2016 Non-fiction Previews

November has always been one of my favourite publishing months: once the hurly burly of Super Thursday has been and gone, there is the subtle late twinkle of some less flashy but still sparkly things. The memoir Gold Rush by Jim Richards is the obvious case in point here, but there’s also the treat of the second book of the year from nature writer John Lewis-Stempel, and a bodice-burstingly brilliant book on Jane Austen, my book of the month.

As you’d expect, there are also lashings of Humour titles: I was particularly tickled by Anna Pallai’s 70s Dinner Party and Dan Hall’s Highgate Mums:...

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