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Vinegar Girl
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Paradise Lodge
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Modern Lovers
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Debut novels
My Name is Leon
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Tuesday Nights in 1980
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The Girls
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New non-fiction
The Gene
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The European Union: A Citizen's Guide
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Eat Beautiful
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Richard Dawkins
  In the 1980s, Richard Dawkins set about writing a series of artificial life programs to simulate evolution. On the 30th anniversary of the publication of The Blind Watchmaker, and the 20th anniversary of Climbing Mount Improbable, we have used painstakingly updated versions of these programs to generate unique covers for three of Dawkins’ most influential works.  
Climbing Mount Improbable
The Blind Watchmaker
Unweaving the Rainbow
Build your own shell or biomorph
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Fates and Furies extract
  Fates and Furies:
exploring true love

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Irvine Welsh
  Irvine Welsh on the
Penguin Podcast

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The Museum of You
  Designing the cover:
The Museum of You

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Kit de Waal
  Kit de Waal on
writing what you
know to be true

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Further reading
The End of the World Running Club
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Dear Amy
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Martini Henry
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The Wonderful Adventure of Nils Holgersson
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