‘I cherish the notion of dying easily and with my wits about me. I am 82 tomorrow and do not want to die a dribbling dotard waiting for the Queen’s congratulatory greeting in 2031. ‘
Brian Sewell writes a feature for Read More
Brian Sewell and Sir Roy Strong spoke about their memoirs at the Winchester Festival on Friday evening. The Guildhall, Winchester was packed with people who had come from near and far to hear Brian speak about Outsider
On Monday 1st July Quartet Books launched A Rogues’ Gallery by Peter Lewis at Daunt Books, Marylebone. Check out our author of the month for more information on the title. Here are some pictures…
‘A deeply profound and surreal experience ! Reading The Wall left me drained !!
All mankind it seems has perished, leaving our herione the only survivor in a hidden valley behind a wall of glass !
Can she fight her own psychological demons and live ? or go insane
Free Markets mean Cheaper Energy- Rupert Darwall for the National Review. The Age of Global Warming by Rupert Darwall is available now!
‘Easily the best history of the restaurant I’ve read’
Tom Parker-Bowles on Growing Up in Restaurants by James Pembroke. Tom tells the Mail Online about lunching with James
Rupert Darwall argues that America’s policy on carbon emissions was a product of hardheaded pragmatism. The Age of Global Warming by Rupert Darwall is available now!
‘Most people who write about sex do so in a completely bizarre way, as if they have not only never performed any sexual acts themselves, but have never met anyone else who has done either. I can’t remember when I last read a book that was so authentic, convincing, wise and funny