# Book reviews

Charles Phillips and Melanie Frances, A Sherlock Holmes Escape Book: The Adventure of the Analytical Engine (Ammonite Press, 2022)

Mathematics Today 59(1) (February 2023), 33.

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