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24 Apr

Vindolanda by Adrian Goldsworthy

Review on BookChap This is a novel of Roman Britain that should satisfy both enthusiasts of historical novels ......
18 Apr

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

Article on BookChap In the secretive aura of reading a once banned book, I pulled down a thin ...
15 Apr

The Brittle Star by Davina Langdale

Review on BookChap My first impression of this book was that it is aimed at the male reader, but as ......
14 Apr

WWAR: Our Voices take the load off the editorial team this issue

Article on BookChap You might think, given we’re such a bookish crew, that being asked to supply 250 ......
07 Apr

nb92: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap May we present a contents reveal, for your anticipation! I know it’s only a quarterly ......
07 Apr

Blood Forest by Geraint Jones

Competition on BookChap It is AD 9. In Northern Europe an army is dying, and an empire is ...
05 Apr

Midnight in Berlin by James MacManus

Review on BookChap Well written, intelligent, thought provoking, and emotionally charged. It would be easy to get carried ......
01 Apr

SECOND OPINION: Hunting the Hangman by Howard Linskey

Review on BookChap We may feel we know all there is to know about the WWII Nazi atrocities. ...
01 Apr

REG ON: Parting is such sweet sorrow!

Article on BookChap Over the festive period I have been rather busy re-reading books acquired from a while ......
31 Mar

The Romanovs: 1613-1918 by Simon Sebag Montefiore

Review on BookChap The year 1613 in Russia saw the first of twenty sovereigns who, by either foul ...
30 Mar

Hunting the Hangman by Howard Linskey

Review on BookChap This is a first rate thriller and a realistic fictional account of actual events that shook ......
27 Mar

Reg on e-books

Article on BookChap Last week (mid-March 2017) Gill Chedgey revisited the e-reader debate and Reg Seward was stirred ......
27 Mar

A Twist of Lennon by Cynthia Lennon

Review on BookChap I freely admit that this is a very dated book now, it having been published ...
22 Mar

E-Books versus Real Books -a new slant?

Article on BookChap Gill Chedgey is plagued by self-doubt . . . Not a new debate by any ...
10 Mar

nudge Book of the Year 2017: The Winners

Article on BookChap As you might expect, the best thing about pulling together the 2017 winners of the nudge ......
10 Mar

The Lost Book of the Grail by Charlie Lovett

Competition on BookChap Academic and bibliophile Arthur Prescott finds respite from the drudgery of his professorship in the ......
05 Mar

Spymaster: The Life of Britain’s Most Decorated Cold War Spy and Head of MI6, Sir Maurice Oldfield by Martin Pearce

Review on BookChap Martin Pearce has a distinct memory of asking his uncle what he did and hearing ...
01 Mar

The Prose Factory: Literary Life in Britain Since 1918 by D.J. Taylor

Review on BookChap Anybody contemplating A-level English Literature would do well to read this book first. I dare ......
28 Feb

The Life of a Scilly Sergeant by Colin Taylor

Review on BookChap Colin Taylor is the policeman who has served the longest on Scilly, both as a constable ......
26 Feb

Blue on Blue by Charles Campisi

Review on BookChap Police corruption is a subject that I’ve been interested in for a good few years, ......
23 Feb

Real Readers: An Honorable Man by Paul Vidich

Article on BookChap Washington D.C., 1953. The Cold War is heating up: McCarthyism, with all its fear and ......