Autumn paperbacks

Literary editor's recommendations

Fiction

Galaxy Craze: By the Shore (Jonathan Cape, £10)
Robert Harris: Archangel (Arrow, £5.99)
Gordon Houghton: The Apprentice (Anchor, £9.99)
Rohinton Mistry: Such a Long Journey (Faber & Faber, £6.99)

Non-fiction

Richard Dawkins: Unweaving the Rainbow (Penguin, £8.99)
Michael De-la-Noy: Eddy: the life of Edward Sackville-West (Arcadia Books, £12.99)
Terry Eagleton: The Truth About the Irish (New Island Books, £6.99)
Anthony Easthope: The Unconscious (Routledge, £8.99)
Jonathan Fenby: On the Brink: the trouble with France (Warner Books, £8.99)
Stephen Jay Gould: Leonardo's Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms (Vintage, £7.99)
Peter Hall: Cities in Civilization (Phoenix Giant, £16.99)
Dave Haslam: Manchester England: the story of the pop cult city (Fourth Estate, £12.99)
Tom Holzel and Audrey Salkeld: The Mystery of Mallory & Irvine (Pimlico, £8.99)
Lena Lencek and Gideon Bosker: The Beach: a history of paradise on earth (Pimlico, £10)
Anatol Lieven: Chechnya: tombstone of Russian power (Yale University Press, £12.95)
John Lowe: The Warden: a portrait of John Sparrow (HarperCollins, £7.99)
Roger Scruton: On Hunting (Yellow Jersey Press, £5)
Bernard Wasserstein: Secret War in Shanghai: treachery, subversion and collaboration in the second world war (Profile Books, £8.99)