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21 Oct

Who Is Dracula’s Father? by John Sutherland

Review on BookChap Who Is Dracula’s Father? A brilliant title that is sure to inflame the taste buds ......
19 Oct

Our Intrepid Reporter: Jade Craddock at the Cheltenham Literature Festival

Article on BookChap Another year, another superb ten days of literary highlights, another post-Cheltenham slump as you realise ......
13 Oct

The Science of Food by Marty Jopson

Review on BookChap The Science of Food by Marty Jopson is a very, very interesting book indeed. I ...
12 Oct

The Trial of Adolf Hitler by David King

Review on BookChap Historian David King asks a challenging question over the course of his book, The Trial ......
11 Oct

The Diary of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell

Review on BookChap For real booklovers, the idea of working in a bookshop seems like the perfect vocation, ......
10 Oct

What’s Your Bias? by Lee de-Wit

Review on BookChap As a poll clerk and canvasser, I was interested in this book and thought I probably ......
09 Oct

David Bowie Made Me Gay by Darryl W. Bullock

Review on BookChap Darryl W. Bullock’s David Bowie Made Me Gay: 100 Years of LGBT Music is quite the ......
05 Oct

Graphic Science: Seven Journeys of Discovery by Daryl Cunningham

Review on BookChap I don’t normally read graphic novels but was immediately drawn to the cover of Daryl ......
29 Sep

A Short History of India by Gordon Kerr

Review on BookChap With the recent independence celebrations in India, I was excited about finding out more about ......
24 Sep

Red Famine: Stalin’s War on Ukraine by Anne Applebaum

Review on BookChap As someone from a Polish family who before the Second World War lived in the ...
17 Sep

The Secret Life: Three True Stories by Andrew O’Hagan

Review on BookChap Modern society has become utterly reliant on the internet. It is pervasive and has many ......
17 Sep

Rage of Ares by Christian Cameron

Review on BookChap Rage of Ares is the seventh in The Long War series, which is the story ...
16 Sep

Crime and the Craft: Masonic Involvement in Murder, Treason and Scandal by Mike Neville

Review on BookChap Freemasonry is a subject that divides a lot of people. Depending on who you ask, ...
13 Sep

King Edward VIII by Philip Ziegler

Review on BookChap I was perusing the shelving of a second-hand bookshop in Lincoln three or four years ......
13 Sep

Investigating Organised Crime and War Crimes: A Personal Account of a Senior Detective in Kosovo, Iraq and Beyond by Anthony Nott

Review on BookChap Tony Nott was a senior officer with Dorset Police when he decided take a stint ...
12 Sep

The Coming Storm: Test and First Class Cricketers Killed in World War II by Nigel McCrery

Review on BookChap Nigel McCrery has followed up his book The Final Wicket, which covered cricketing fatalities during ......
07 Sep

A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré

Article on BookChap I have been eagerly anticipating this novel for months now and with that comes a ...
03 Sep

SECOND OPINION: Travellers in the Third Reich by Julia Boyd

Review on BookChap Julia Boyd has written what has to be one of the most fascinating books I’ve ...
01 Sep

Ten Things About John le Carré by Paul Burke

Article on BookChap A Legacy of Spies is out this month, Smiley returns and I can’t wait. Of ...
01 Sep

The Hero’s Body by William Giraldi

Competition on BookChap A memoir of what it means to be a man in modern America. At just ...
31 Aug

Long Road From Jarrow by Stuart Maconie

Review on BookChap The blurb on the inside cover says it all: ‘Three and a half weeks. Three hundred ......