September 2018 New Titles: Non-fiction Previews

You expected this month to be all celebrity memoirs, cheffy cookbooks, and humour titles about cats chonged on catnip, right? Well, it does have all those things, but September is also surprisingly serious, with several smart and searching examinations of the state we’re in, from Alan Rusbridger’s stirring defence of quality journalism in Breaking News, and Man Booker chair of judges Kwame Anthony Appiah’s fresh perspective on identity in The Lies That Bind, to Oliver Bullough’s searing exposé of the offshore money-laundering tricks that are contributing to growing inequality in our world.


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