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Living, Thinking, Looking, By Siri Hustvedt

It's just me, myself, and everyone else

Joy Lo Dico: Now the middle classes are being squeezed out

London estate agents are hiring French-speaking staff to prepare for a flood of well-heeled Gallic buyers

Dial M for Murdoch, By Tom Watson and Martin Hickman

Murdoch: My part in his downfall

All in a Don's Day, By Mary Beard

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Paradox: The Nine Greatest Enigmas in Science, By Professor Jim Al-Khalili

The curiousness of the dark in the night time

Luck, By Ed Smith

How to make your fortune

Mad Women: The Other Side of Life on Madison Avenue in The 60s and Beyond, By Jane Maas

Promoting domesticity to make it in a man's world – a clear-eyed memoir

The Ecstasy of Influence: nonfictions, etc, By Jonathan Lethem

Cultural artifacts should live to be quoted and re-appropriated, this richly allusive book argues. But perhaps its author just wants to be loved

Best biographies of 2009: All manner of conflict lurks in these sketches of larger-than-life personas from Dame Vera to Floyd

The 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War has helped along that staple of historical publishing, the "Hitler industry". Among the many books that have nourished this genre are a hefty biography of his confidant, Joseph Goebbels: A Life and Death by Toby Thacker (Palgrave Macmillan, £19.99) and an elegant and well-researched portrait of Americans in Paris: Life and Death Under Nazi Occupation by Charles Glass (HarperPress, £20), chronicling the literati and intelligentsia who stayed there against the odds.

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