September 2019 New Titles: Non-Fiction Previews

September is predictably massive, and not for the first time I found myself wondering how many of the excellent reads here will struggle to grab their share of the limelight in such a crowded month. Thank goodness, then, for book publicists, whose hard and creative work I am even more in awe of after recently judging my first quarterly award for the Publishers Publicity Circle.

A sign of the times, I’m sure, but our history and its bearing on our present is a prevailing theme, from William Dalrymple’s timely account of the corporate skulduggery that characterised the East India Company, to...

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