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22 Jun

Playland by Anthony Daly

Review on BookChap Escaping The Troubles in Derry, Anthony Daly arrives in London in 1975 to take up ......
15 Jun

Nevertheless by Alec Baldwin

Review on BookChap I must start out by saying that I do not usually read memoirs of the ...
13 Jun

The Peterloo Massacre by Joyce Marlow

Review on BookChap A year short of the bicentennial commemorations of one of the pivotal moments in British ......
10 Jun

All the Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of the Wire by Jonathan Abrams

Review on BookChap When Casting Director, Alexa L. Fogel, told HBO Chairman and CEO, Chris Albrecht that they ......
08 Jun

Revolution: How the Bicycle Reinvented Modern Britain by William Manners

Review on BookChap Potholed roads, special kit, faster and lighter bikes ridden by ‘Hooligans’ and women eager to ......
05 Jun

Past Mortems: Life and Death Behind Mortuary Doors by Carla Valentine

Review on BookChap To be perfectly blunt, this book is very graphic, so if you have a delicate ...
04 Jun

A New Map of Wonders: A Journey in Search of Modern Marvels by Caspar Henderson

Review on BookChap There was a time when humans had a natural curiosity and wonder for the world ...
27 May

SECOND OPINION: The Butchering Art by Lindsey Fitzharris

Review on BookChap Having read a rather informative review by Erin Britton, I decided to invest a few ......
24 May

A Most Deliberate Swindle by Mick Hamer

Review on BookChap This is a splendid book, initially concerned with the battle between petrol, steam, or the ......
20 May

Do You Speak Football?: A Glossary of Football Words and Phrases from Around the World by Tom Williams

Review on BookChap Do you speak football? I thought I did. Tom Williams has come up with a ...
15 May

A Really Big Lunch by Jim Harrison

Review on BookChap A Really Big Lunch, by the late Jim Harrison, is a superb book as far ...
09 May

The Search For Nefertiti by Joann Fletcher

Review on BookChap I found a book through the local library, The Search For Nefertiti by Joann Fletcher, ......
07 May

Quiet Killers by Dr Robert Baker

Review on BookChap Maybe this book points me out as a weird person, preoccupied with doom and gloom, ......
07 May

The Know-It-Alls by Noam Cohen

Review on BookChap We all know and probably regularly use those internet giants – Google, Facebook, Amazon. They ......
06 May

The Name of Death by Klester Cavalcanti

Review on BookChap This extraordinary book by Brazilian investigative journalist Klester Cavalcanti is so readable, so elegantly simple, .....
30 Apr

Secret Box: Searching for Dad in a Century of Self by Tony Page

Review on BookChap This book is very much a personal journey for the author, Tony Page. He refers ...
27 Apr

Necessity Is by Billy James

Review on BookChap This book is almost certainly written for a niche market of people, of a certain ...
26 Apr

Reconciliation for the Dead by Paul E. Hardisty

Review on BookChap In 1981, at the age of 20, Claymore Straker enlisted as a paratrooper in the ...
24 Apr

Hollow Heroes by Michael Arnold

Review on BookChap I read a great many books, quite often related to the World War II era, ...
23 Apr

WELLCOME PRIZE 2018 WINNER: To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell

Review on BookChap Simply put, the term “transhumanism” refers to the belief that “the human race can evolve ......
23 Apr

Wear and Tear by Tracy Tynan

Review on BookChap I had heard of the stage critic Kenneth Tynan before, also his wife, the author ...