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10 Nov

Goodbye Europe: Writers and Artists Say Farewell

Review on BookChap This book contains contributions from 46 people – writers of fiction, nonfiction and art, and ......
10 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Gill ......
09 Nov

Spike: An Intimate Memoir by Norma Farnes

Review on BookChap In January 1966, a Miss Norma Farnes walked into 9 Orme Court, Bayswater; she was ......
06 Nov

Reading Group Guide: A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré

Article on BookChap In the first instalment in a regular new feature here on Nudge, Paul Burke offers ......
05 Nov

A World of Three Zeroes by Muhammad Yunus

Review on BookChap A World of Three Zeroes is a very inspirational book, written by Muhammad Yunus, a ......
04 Nov

Victorious Century: The United Kingdom, 1800–1906 by David Cannadine

Review on BookChap Professor David Cannadine has written one of the best overviews of nineteenth century history from ......
03 Nov

Harry Parker wins the 2016-2017 Waverton Good Read Award

Article on BookChap Wavertonians Know a Good Book When They Read it! Harry Parker, this year’s winner of ......
03 Nov

Squadron: The Navy Officers Who Fought to Abolish the East African Slave Trade by John Broich

Review on BookChap In 1868 four young British naval officers – Philip Colomb, Leopold Heath, Edward Meara, and ......
02 Nov

Paul Cheney’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Paul ......
31 Oct

The Age of Decadence by Simon Heffer

Review on BookChap Simon Heffer, journalist and historian, reminds us of world that Britain has long looked at ......
27 Oct

Keeping On Keeping On by Alan Bennett

Review on BookChap People are living longer and we appear to have a weekly ‘National Treasure’ but surely ......
25 Oct

To Brave Every Danger by Judith Cook

Review on BookChap Holiday reading for me featured this book, an older publication but still available, To Brave ......
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 ......