Books of the Year
Books of the Year: Part 2
Books of the Year: Part 3
Ring in the New
Our authors highlight some of the books they are looking forward to reading in 2021.
The Queen’s Rival, by Anne O’Brien.
Adam Zamoyski’s Books of 2020
Adam gives a selection of his favourite 2020 books.
Guidance from the Greatest by Gavin Mortimer
The Return, by Harry Sidebottom.
The latest novel from the bestselling author of Ancient Rome.
The Last Bersersker, by Angus Donald.
The Last Berserker is Volume One in a new series of Viking novels.
De Montfort, by Darren Baker.
David reviews Darren Baker's De Montfort
Camelot, by Giles Kristian.
River of Gold by Anthony Riches
A new title in the bestselling Empire series.
Mary Queen of Scots’ Secretary, by Robert Stedall
The Puritan Princess, by Miranda Malins
The Lifeline, by Deborah Swift
A novel set in Nazi-occupied Norway during World War Two.
Winston Churchill: A Life in the News, by Richard Toye.
New revelations in an account of Churchill's relationship with the press.
A Time for Swords, by Matthew Harffy.
A Time for Swords is the latest book from Viking master, Matthew Harffy.
The Accursed Tower by Roger Crowley
A page-turning account of the 1291 siege of Acre.
Our Island Story. A Tale for Leavers and Remainers Alike.
A Review of Professor Robert Tombs' new book.