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19 Aug

Blackbird: The Untouchable Spy Plane by James Hamilton-Paterson

Review on BookChap Of all the aircraft ever developed, the SR-71 ‘Blackbird’ is probably one of the most ......
19 Aug

Haig: A Re-Appraisal 80 Years On by Brian Bond and Nigel Cave

Review on BookChap Following the trendy teaching of history from the 1960s, Douglas Haig has been lambasted to ......
17 Aug

Dahab by Chris Bean

Review on BookChap The author of this book has used his own training as a geologist and career ...
17 Aug

The Long and Winding Road by Alan Johnson

Review on BookChap Most political memoirs are dull as dishwater. I worked at Westminster for thirteen years and ......
15 Aug

Otho’s Regret by L.J. Trafford

Review on BookChap Otho’s Regret is the third in the Four Emperors series by L.J. Trafford, and it ......
14 Aug

Cheltenham Literature Festival 2017 – line-up and Q&A

Article on BookChap For the last few years I’ve been a regular at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. Despite ......
10 Aug

SECOND OPINION: Kompromat by Stanley Johnson

Review on BookChap With Brexit, the election of Donald Trump to the White House and allegations that the ......
10 Aug

The Ghost Ship of Brooklyn by Robert P. Watson

Review on BookChap Post-Brexit, the UK is seeking to ramp up its connections and love for America. Reading ......
06 Aug

SECOND OPINION: Kompromat by Stanley Johnson

Review on BookChap A hilarious romp of a satire reflecting on the political situation worldwide as Ron Craig, ......
04 Aug

Kompromat by Stanley Johnson

Competition on BookChap The UK referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU was a political showdown the British ......
04 Aug

nb93: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap Yes, it’s that time again – may we present to you the summer 2017 issue ......
04 Aug

NEW! A digital-only version of NB magazine

Article on BookChap We have partnered with Exact Editions so that we can offer readers all over the ...
31 Jul

The First Nazi: Erich Ludendorff, The Man Who Made Hitler Possible by Will Brownell, Denise Drace-Brownell and Alex Rovt

Review on BookChap The First Nazi is a very intriguing title for me. The subtitle, Erich Ludendorff, The ......
30 Jul

Queen Victoria’s Little Wars by Byron Farwell

Review on BookChap The author of this book, Byron Farwell, notes that in the last quarter of the ...
30 Jul

Blue Gold by David Barker

Review on BookChap It is 2028 and climate change has led to droughts and water shortages across the ...
29 Jul

To Kill the President by Sam Bourne

Review on BookChap The thriller writer Sam Bourne, the nom de plume of the journalist Jonathan Freedland, has ......
28 Jul

Kompromat by Stanley Johnson

Review on BookChap The introduction to this satirical political book stresses it is not a work of history ......
25 Jul

The Contractor by Raymond Davis

Review on BookChap If you’re obsessed with foreign affairs, the continuing wars in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and ......
18 Jul

Passchendaele: A New History by Nick Lloyd

Review on BookChap Siegfried Sassoon recorded Passchendaele in his poem Memorial Tablet, when he spoke about on behalf ......
17 Jul

The Mask of Command by Ian Ross

Review on BookChap What a cracker! This is the fourth book in the Twilight of Empire series, continuing ......
17 Jul

The Great Swindle by Pierre Lemaitre

Review on BookChap This novel won France’s premier literary award, the Prix Goncourt, in 2013, past winners include ......