# Book reviews

Francis Su, *Mathematics for human flourishing* (Yale University Press, 2020)

*Mathematics Today* **57**(5) (October 2021), 200–201.

Craig P. Bauer, *Unsolved! The history and mystery of the world's greatest ciphers from ancient Egypt to online secret societies* (Princeton University Press, 2017)

*Mathematics Today* **55**(4) (August 2019), 163

David Singmaster, *Problems for metagrobologists: a collection of puzzles with real mathematical, logical or scientific content* (World Scientific, 2016)

*Mathematics Today* **54**(4) (August 2018), 173

Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss, *Visions of numberland* (Bloomsbury, 2016)

*Mathematics Today* **53**(3) (June 2017), 132

Dermot Turing, *Prof: Alan Turing Decoded* (The History Press, 2015)

*Mathematics Today* **53**(2) (April 2017), 86

Leo Corry, *A brief history of numbers* (OUP, 2015)

*Mathematics Today* **52**(6) (December 2016), 301–302

Martin Gardner, *Undiluted hocus-pocus: the autobiography of Martin Gardner* (Princeton University Press, 2013)

*Mathematics Today* **52**(2) (April 2016), 102

Mircea Pitici (ed.), *The best writing on mathematics 2014* (Princeton University Press, 2015)

*Mathematics Today* **51**(6) (December 2015), 311–312

David Rogers, *Top secret: British boffins in World War One* (Helion & Company Ltd, 2013)

*Mathematics Today* **51**(2) (April 2015), 87

Mircea Pitici (ed.), *The best writing on mathematics 2013* (Princeton University Press, 2014)

*Mathematics Today* **50**(6) (December 2014), 319

Burkard Polster and Marty Ross, *Math goes to the movies* (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012)

*Mathematics Today* **49**(5) (October 2013), 233

Martin Erickson, *Beautiful mathematics* (MAA, 2011)

*Mathematics Today* **49**(2) (April 2013), 97

Karl Gustafson, *The crossing of heaven: memoirs of a mathematician* (Springer, 2012)

*Mathematics Today* **49**(2) (April 2013), 96