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08 Jul

Wisden at the Oval by Jon Surtees

Review on BookChap Jon Surtees has edited one of the finest anthologies of all time, Wisden at the ...
06 Jul

Dadland: A Journey into Uncharted Territory by Keggie Carew

Review on BookChap Tom Carew was quite an amazing guy; at the age of 24 he parachuted into ...
06 Jul

I’m a writer…and a business man

Article on BookChap I have always been an avid lover and reader of books and from an early ...
03 Jul

Tank Action: An Armoured Troop Commander’s War 1944–45 by Captain David Render and Stuart Tootal

Review on BookChap I really have no idea just how many books I have read about the various ...
01 Jul

To Die in Spring by Ralf Rothmann

Review on BookChap There is a lot of excitement around the publication of this German novel set during ......
01 Jul

To be a Machine by Mark O’Connell

Review on BookChap Nowadays technology is pervasive; you are rarely more than a few feet away from a ......
30 Jun

Aurore by Graham Hurley

Review on BookChap In April 1943, twenty-seven-year old Flight Sergeant Billy Angell, a Wireless Operator, joins Bomber Command ......
29 Jun

Long Way Back by Charley Boorman

Review on BookChap I first came across Charley Boorman when he appeared on our screens with Euan MacGregor ......
28 Jun

Cricketing Allsorts: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly by Jo Harman

Review on BookChap If you have ever attended a cricket match, not necessarily a test match, you will ......
23 Jun

The Serpent Sword by Matthew Harffy

Review on BookChap The Serpent Sword is the first book in the Bernicia Chronicles and it introduces readers ......
19 Jun

A Hero in France by Alan Furst

Review on BookChap Alan Furst has written yet another brilliant spy thriller set in the Second World War ......
18 Jun

SECOND OPINION: Exile by James Swallow

Review on BookChap It is a long time since I read such a gripping novel! It is action-packed ...
08 Jun

Viper’s Blood by David Gilman

Review on BookChap Viper’s Blood is the fourth book in the Masters of War series by David Gilman. ......
05 Jun

Trenchard By Russell Miller

Review on BookChap I enjoy reading about people who made a difference in  both World Wars and so ...
04 Jun

Resolution by David Rutland & Emma Ellis

Review on BookChap This book is an altogether complete life story of two brothers, one born in 1754 ...
04 Jun

A Passing Fury by A.T. Williams

Review on BookChap My father was a British soldier at Spandau in Berlin when Rudolf Hess was the ...
03 Jun

Churchill & Orwell: The Fight for Freedom by Thomas E. Ricks

Review on BookChap This is a surprisingly absorbing read about two of the world’s great authors from the WW2 ......
02 Jun

The Babylon Idol by Scott Mariani

Competition on BookChap When a sniper leaves Ben Hope’s friend fighting for his life, the former SAS major ......
01 Jun

Author meets Reviewer: Martin Gurdon meets Paul Cheney

Article on BookChap This was a car with a voice: Its engine note, a deep, powerful burble, was ...
28 May

Finisterre by Graham Hurley

Review on BookChap It is September 1944: knowing that the war cannot be won, and desperate to avoid ...
20 May

John le Carré: The Biography by Adam Sisman

Review on BookChap Adam Sisman’s biography of David Cornwell (a.k.a. John le Carré) is a weighty tome; 652 ......