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Books
April 01, 2021
David Quinn
The Best Catholics in the World is an account of Ireland’s Catholic past and above all the legacy of the scandals and how we should deal with them.
April 01, 2021
Laura Freeman
The Sleeve Should Be Illegal is a collection of 61 pen-portraits of works in the Frick Collection.
April 01, 2021
William Cash
Sands was invited to luxury house parties in Tuscany where her Russian media mogul’s host’s dog eats Boris Johnson’s computer cord. It is time for a Reset.
April 01, 2021
Damian Collins
A lover of aristocracy with a penchant for Hitler, Channon lived it large among Europe’s grandees and backed Chamberlain to the hilt
April 01, 2021
James Owen
Ali Carter’s third outing for her amateur sleuth Susie Mahl holds Wodehousian charm
April 01, 2021
Mary Kenny
For a century, modern Irish Catholic writers have pushed against their faith 
– and yet drawn on it, too
April 01, 2021
Philip Mould
Art dealer Philip Mould is captivated by a three-volume (and 20kg) photo book detailing the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel
March 28, 2021
Sophia Waugh
A heavy-going return by the Patrick Melrose author.
March 10, 2021
Mary Pezzulo
Sixteen signs that you're in Narnia, that have nothing to do with heroism
March 01, 2021
AN Wilson
Boom and bust: A thoughtful examination of Britain’s uncomfortable role in the development of India
March 01, 2021
William Cash
William Cash admires John Cornwell's latest book, Church, Interrupted: Havoc & Hope: The Tender Revolt of Pope Francis
March 01, 2021
Gareth Russell
 A debut that has the air of a modern The Three Musketeers