Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

A peculiar collection of books gains another entry

Bill Dunlop, Female Wits (1991 - thanks from publisher)
John Toland, eds Philip McGuinness and Richard Kearney, Christianity Not Mysterious: Text, Associated Works and Critical Essays (1998)
David Boothroyd, The Politico's Guide to the History of British Political Parties (2001)
G.K. Peatling, British Opinion and Irish Self-Government 1865-1925: From Unionism to Liberal Commonwealth (2001)
Michael Emerson and Nathalie Tocci, Cyprus as Lighthouse of the East Mediterranean: Shaping Re-unification and EU Accession Together (2002)
Nancy Soderberg, The Superpower Myth (2005)
Marc Houben, International Crisis Management: The Approach of European States (2005)
Charles Stross, The Jennifer Morgue (2006)
Thammy Evans, Macedonia: The Bradt Travel Guide (2nd edn, 2007)
Nathalie Tocci, The EU and Conflict Resolution: Promoting Peace in the Backyard (2007)
Gordon Gillespie, The A to Z of the Northern Ireland Conflict (2008)
Ken MacLeod, The Restoration Game (2010)
Andrew Finlay, Governing Ethnic Conflict: Consociation, Identity and the Price of Peace (2010)
Ben Judah, Jana Kobzova and Nicu Popescu, Dealing with a Post-BRIC Russia (2011)
Nicu Popescu, EU Foreign Policy and Post-Soviet Conflicts: Stealth Intervention (2011)
P. Kevin MacKeown, Early China Coast Meteorology: The Role of Hong Kong (2011)
Brian Eggins, History & Hope: The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland (2015)
W.J. McCormack, Northman: John Hewitt, 1907-1987 (2015)

and now

Jo Walton, The Just City (2015)

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