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21 Sep

Cornerstones: Subterranean Writings edited by Mark Smalley

Review on BookChap Standing looking over the rolling fields of part of the UK and it won’t be ...
19 Sep

AUDIO: Daemon Voices: Essays on Storytelling by Philip Pullman

Review on BookChap I found this book rather fascinating, as through a series of unconnected (sometimes loosely) connected ......
19 Sep

World War Two: Heads of State, Politicians and Collaborators by Jack J. Kanski

Review on BookChap Before the dawn of the internet (and yes, I am old enough to remember such ...
18 Sep

Manchester at War 1939-45 by Glynis Cooper

Review on BookChap Prolific historian, Glynis Cooper is back to one of her strongest subjects, Manchester, and shows ......
18 Sep

Weird War Two by Richard Denham

Review on BookChap It seems that there is no end to the publishing cottage industry that is books ...
12 Sep

SECOND OPINION: The Specialist by Charles Sale

Review on BookChap When I read Reg Seward’s review of The Specialist I was reminded of its joys ...
12 Sep

A Letter from Paris by Louisa Deasey

Review on BookChap Louisa Deasey’s father, Denison, died just before her seventh birthday, leaving her with just three ......
11 Sep

Death and the Elephant by Raz Shaw

Review on BookChap This is quite an emotional read, but then stories about cancer always are. We lost ......
06 Sep

No Way But This by Jeff Sparrow

Review on BookChap This is the remarkable story of a man at the dawn of the age of ...
05 Sep

Denial: Holocaust History on Trial by Deborah E. Lipstadt

Review on BookChap In 1993, Deborah E. Lipstadt published a book called Denying the Holocaust. In this, she called ......
02 Sep

East of West, West of East by Hamish Brown

Review on BookChap The history of the decisive battles, the crucial moments that led to the defeat of ......
29 Aug

AUDIO: Raising Boys in the 21st Century by Steve Biddulph

Review on BookChap I’ve read Biddulph before, but not as a parent, and even having studied some child ......
26 Aug

Versailles by Colin Jones

Review on BookChap Those familiar with the current TV series Versailles will be disappointed if looking for sex ......
24 Aug

Living With Hitler by Herbert Dohring, Karl Krause and Anna Plaim

Review on BookChap There are many books about Hitler and there have been since the day he rose ...
24 Aug

Forensics: The Anatomy Of Crime by Val McDermid

Review on BookChap The author Val McDermid normally writes crime fiction with great zeal, and apparently, she tries ......
22 Aug

Unaccompanied Minor by Alexander Newley

Review on BookChap Alexander ‘Sacha’ Newley was born in New York in 1965 to famous parents – A-list ......
19 Aug

The Specialist by Charles Sale

Review on BookChap An acquaintance of mine who knows of my predilection for books, acquired this little beauty ......
18 Aug

Sylvia, Queen of the Headhunters by Philip Eade

Review on BookChap I make no excuse for my predilection for biographies, or autobiographies, and this is a ......
15 Aug

Rocket Men by Robert Kurson

Review on BookChap “I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade ......
14 Aug

The Anomaly by Michael Rutger

Review on BookChap A rip-roaring, action-packed adventure story with more than a little otherworldliness thrown in for good ......
09 Aug

SS Einsatzgruppen by Gerry Van Tonder

Review on BookChap Gerry Van Tonder has written and researched a comprehensive but short history of the Einsatzgruppen, ......