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Non-Fiction

On Silbury Hill review Adam Thorpe's odd paean to a Wiltshire chalk mound

The perennially underrated novelist is hard to follow in this earnest fusion of nature, archaeology and memoirThis is a beautiful book. I don't mean the text; we'll come back to that. I mean the book itself, which is the work of Little Toller, a Dorset pu

Invisible: the Dangerous Allure of the Unseen by Philip Ball, review: 'a harvest of fascinating facts'

From X-rays to mobile phones, the modern world is pulsing with unseen forces, says Robert Douglas-Fairhurst

Radical Cities Latin America's revolutionary housing solutions

Justin McGuirk's fascinating study shows that Latin American cities have much to teach the world's architects.

Hillary Clinton: 'Forgiveness is hard'

The former Secretary of State has trespassed and been trespassed upon. Is she ready to be the next president?

BIG BUCKS: THE EXPLOSION OF THE ART MARKET...By Georgina Adam

In 1987, Van Gogh's Sunflowers sold at auction at Christie's for just under £25m, then the highest price ever fetched for a painting. "There are only 10-15 people in the world, and the Getty Museum, who can afford that sort of money," one dealer observed

Book reviews: Village of Secrets, The Greatest Escape

THE Auvergne villagers who saved thousands of Jews have inspired two fine books, says Roger Hutchinson