How Green Were the Nazis?, edited by Franz-Josef Bruggemeier, Mark Cioc and Thomas Zeller (Ohio University Press)Cool list, eh? I'm partial to the Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America: A Guide to Field Identification . . . (every home should have one). But I think the runaway success will be Tattooed Mountain Women and Spoon Boxes of Daghestan.
D. Di Mascio’s Delicious Ice Cream: D. Di Mascio of Coventry: An Ice Cream Company of Repute, with an Interesting and Varied Fleet of Ice Cream Vans, by Roger De Boer, Harvey Francis Pitcher, and Alan Wilkinson (Past Masters)
The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America: A Guide to Field Identification, by Julian Montague (Harry N Abrams)
Tattooed Mountain Women and Spoon Boxes of Daghestan, by Robert Chenciner by Gabib Ismailov, Magomedkhan Magomedkhanov and Alex Binnie (Bennett & Bloom)
Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Seaweed Symposium, edited by Robert J Anderson, Juliet A Brodie, Edvar Onsoyen and Alan T Critchley (Kluwer)
Better Never To Have Been: The Harm of Coming Into Existence, by David Benatar (Clarendon Press)
What about you? How Green Were the Nazis?
Anyway there's an online poll and it's now open. The winner will be revealed on Friday 13th April on the eve of the London Book Fair. For poll, scroll down, it's on the lower right: bookseller