Landmark Rare Book Collection Focuses on Climate Change

My latest piece for Fine Books magazine looks at this new collection - One Hundred Seconds to Midnight  - worth £1.65m which has been put together by London rare book dealers Peter Harrington. It focuses on the literary and scientific history of climate change. Other recent articles by me for them - I'm now doing roughly one a week - include reviews of Murder by the Book and White Spines, the return of Laurence Sterne's chair to Shandy Hall in Yorkshire, and the happy rebirth of the excellent online Book Guide which lists all the secondhand books in this country.