A Journey by Tony Blair
Moral Combat: A History of World War II by Michael Burleigh
Bite the Hand that Feeds You: Essays and Provocations by Henry Fairlie and Best Seat in the House by Frank Johnson
The American Civil War: A Military History by John Keegan
Abandoning narrative form in history writing leads to laziness, the omission of important facts, and a flimsier understanding of cause and effect. Why doesn’t the OUP know that?
The Age of Wonder by Richard Holmes