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Book review: Lone Survivors, by Chris Stringer

Chris Stringer, who is a researcher at the Natural History Museum in London, is a principal architect of the 'Out of Africa' theory of human evolution. In this up-to-date book he gives us his latest thoughts about this and a lot more besides. The book is intended for a non-specialist audience; Stringer has written a number of books of this kind previously and he is able to present complex facts in a readable and accessible manner. This is probably the best, most balanced, and most comprehensive book on human evolution for a general audience that is presently available. [More]

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