Nigel Beevor reviews Lord Adonis’ latest book, in which he assembles a “curious list of leaders” from articles he has written in the past.
The Secretary of the E. Kent branch of the European Movement reviews John Kampfner’s analysis on why the Germans do it better than the UK.
‘The Day I Died’ by Glen Peters is not a traditional crime novel – in such a corrupt society will it be possible to find the real murderer?
Dutch author Willem Frederik Hermans, on the publication of John Le Carré’s “The Spy who Came In from the Cold”, accused him of plagiarism
Charlotte Mbali reviews the novel, “Paradise” by Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature.
The sad joyless marriage between Alexander and Sandra came across very well but equally very one-dimensional, and the descriptions of Sandra I found cruel. I know this is how Alexander perceived her, and the book was called Alexander and Maria not Alexander and Sandra, but the story would have had more depth and interest for me had she had a voice too.
How Britain Ends – English Nationalism and the rebirth of Four Nations. Gavin Esler calls for a radical revision of the British constitution.
Folkestone-based Writing Group Write by the Sea (set up in 2018 by Karen Marwood) continued to meet by zoom during lockdown
Is this island story of a lone lighthouse-keeper off the coast of an unspecified African country applicable to populism in other countries?
The Orchid House is about developments in the lives of three friends, Ginny, Bella and Leila, challenge them and their friendships