On the Shelves – Keeping the Old Flag Flying

During the 1st World War, thousands of captured Allied combatants were dispatched to neutral countries to await the end of the conflict. Their stories are seldom told. Old Marlburian and […]

On the Shelves – Balance of Power

Dr Jo Iddon (SU 1987-89) has published Balance of Power, a novel about the shifting relationships in a growing family. One review said: “Every book club in the land should […]

‘Bouncy The Tennis Ball’ website launched

NEIL Hall (SU 1961-63) and his son have launched their new fun interactive ‘Bouncy The Tennis Ball’ website. An interactive site, aimed at children, set in the world of tennis […]

King Lear In Brooklyn

MICHAEL Pennington (PR 1957-61), who toured as Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy King Lear this year, has published a book about his experiences. “King Lear In Brooklyn” is Pennington’s meditations […]

Robert Stedall’s new book

ROBERT Stedall’s (LI 1956-60) latest book Men of Substance: The London Livery Companies’ Reluctant Part in the Plantation of Ulster is due to be published at the end of September. […]

Ned’s Circus of Marvels

JUSTIN Blampied (B3 1986-90), who writes under the name of Justin Fisher, has written a fantastic book for 9-14 year olds that has been published by Harper Collins. Ned’s Circus […]

Grantchester Mysteries

JAMES Runcie’s (B2 1972-77) eagerly anticipated fifth instalment in the Grantchester Mysteries series, Sidney Chambers and the Dangers of Temptation, was published on 2nd June 2016. “From the theft of […]

On The Shelves – ‘In Her Wake’

AMANDA Jennings (née Bone) (PR 1989–91) has published a novel In Her Wake. About the novel: A tragic family event reveals devastating news that rips apart Bella’s comfortable existence. Embarking […]

‘Salisbury in the Great War’

NEIL Hall’s (SU 1961-63) latest book ‘Salisbury in the Great War’ will soon be available. Published by PEN and SWORD MILITARY (ISBN-10 1473843731) – you can pre-order here. Available from […]