W&N NON-FICTION JULY
Carol Drinkwater Return to the Olive Farm
Life, love, bee hives and olive groves in Provence While the multinational companies are pushing for ‘bigger, better, bumper’ crops, a small band of farmers and ecologists are calling for a halt to many of the modern farming malpractices that are endangering the planet. Carol is amongst them. But it puts her own farm, her idyll, in danger. With lyricism, humanity and humour, Return to the Olive Farm is a passionately written book which confronts the issues of today; issues that impact upon each and every one of us. Carol Drinkwater is the author of the bestselling Olive Farm series. She lives in Provence, France.
Autobiograpy/Travel Cased/Trade Paperback (export only) July £18.99/£12.99 288pp 234 x 153mm 978 0 297 85694 8/978 0 297 85695 5 Markets: World XUSA USA & Translation: Curtis Brown; Serial: W&N
Adam Sisman Hugh Trevor-Roper: The Biography
The life of the great historian whose career was made and unmade by Hitler Clever, witty and sophisticated, Trevor-Roper was the most brilliant historian of his generation. Notorious for his acerbic attacks on other historians, he catastrophically tainted his own reputation when he authenticated the forged ‘Hitler Diaries’. But there was much more to his life than this: from wartime code-breaking to grilling Nazis while the trail was still fresh in 1945, to his formidable post-war feuds with prominent figures of his day, and his secret and passionate affair with an older, married woman. Adam Sisman is the author of several widely acclaimed biographies including A.J.P Taylor, and Boswell’s Presumptuous Task. He lives in Somerset.
Biography Cased July £25.00 400pp 234 x 156mm 16pp b/w illustrations 978 0 297 85214 8 Markets: World XUSAC USA & Translation: Andrew Wylie; Serial: W&N