Book reviews

The Doomsday Machine by Daniel Ellsberg (Times Literary Supplement)

Sleepwalking to Armageddon ed by Helen Caldicott (The Guardian)

Moscow Calling: Memoirs of a foreign correspondent by Angus Roxburgh (Times Literary Supplement)

The Internationalists and their Plan to Outlaw War by Oona A Hathaway and Scott Shapiro (Prospect)

The Butchering Art by Lindsey Fitzharris (The National)

Armageddon and Paranoia: The Nuclear Confrontation by Rodric Braithwaite (Prospect)

Boys In Zinc by Svetlana Alexievich (Sunday Herald)

Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 by Laura Spinney (Sunday Herald)

Age of Anger by Pankaj Mishra (The Herald)

Able Archer 83 by Nate Jones (The National)

A Life In Questions by Jeremy Paxman (Sunday Herald)

You Could Do Something Amazing With Your Life by Andrew Hankinson (Independent on Sunday)

City On Fire by Garth Risk Hallberg (Independent on Sunday)

In Real Life by Chris Killen (The Herald)

Why Kent Haruf is One of the Great American Writers (The Big Issue)

Jakob's Colours by Lindsay Hawdon (Independent on Sunday)

All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain At Work by Joanna Biggs (The National)

This New Noise by Charlotte Higgins (Independent on Sunday)

Our Souls At Night by Kent Haruf (Sunday Herald)

The Ecliptic by Benjamin Wood (The Herald)

Early One Morning by Virginia Baily (Independent on Sunday)

Jellyfish by Janice Galloway (Scottish Review of Books)

Circling The Sun by Paula McLain (Independent on Sunday)

A Portable Shelter by Kirsty Logan (The National)

Autobiography by Morrissey (Sunday Herald)

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