There's some serious stuff here - all compiled by our very own newshound.
Erik Larson£9.99 £9.29
If you think you know about the Churchill Story, think again. A 'cinematic history' that casts a fascinating new light on our 'Darkest Hour'.
Jonathan Calvert and George Arbuthnott£20.00 £18.60
As we await the 'official' inquiry, the Sunday Times Insight team gets its teeth into the Johnson government's handling (mishandling?) of the COVID crisis.
Marina Wheeler£25.00 £23.25
An immersive family memoir set against the backdrop of the violent end to British rule in India.
Michael Taylor£20.00 £18.60
A formidable corrective to those who frame the end of slavery as the highpoint of Britain's moral leadership in the 19C.
Ben Macintyre£25.00 £23.25
You couldn't make it up! The amazing story of a daring female spy who helped pass atomic secrets to her Soviet masters.
Geraldine (Author) Schwarz£10.99 £10.22
A brave and consequential book about the role that memory plays in dealing with the horrors of the Third Reich.
Chris Bryant£25.00 £23.25
A fascinating account of the group of gay MPs who opposed the policy of appeasing Hitler pursued by PM Neville Chamberlain, the man who coined the dismissive epithet of the book's title.
Gabriel Pogrund and Patrick Maguire£18.98 £17.65
As Keir Stamer tries to steer Labour in a new direction, this revelatory book offers a bumpy ride on the rollercoaster of Corbyn's leadership. Warning: there are more lows and than highs!
The War Against the BBC: How an Unprecedented Combination of Hostile Forces Is Destroying Britain's Greatest Cultural Institutio
Patrick Barwise and Peter York£10.99 £10.22
Everyone has a view about the BBC's vices and virtues. A touch polemical, this books is also an evidential call to arms for those who believe Auntie is worth supporting.