We list here a few of the authors who have entertained us at previous lunches.
Keggie Carew grew up under the spell of an unorthodox father. An undercover guerrilla agent during the Second World War, in peacetime he lived on his wits …
Harry Mount, the Oldie editor, wrote Summer Madness: How Brexit Split the Tories, Destroyed Labour and Divided the Country.
The new Rory Clements novel Nucleus, second in the Tom Wilde series of thrillers, is set at the start of WW2 in the Cavendish Laboratory Cambridge as German sympathisers attempt to steal atomic secrets.
Deeds not Words: Combining historical insight with inspiring argument, Deeds not Words reveals how far women have come since the suffragette movement launched 100 years ago.
The arrival of American troops into Europe saw the Great War coming to a conclusion in 2018, but the troops were carrying a deadly flu virus which rampages through Europe.
DI Ray Drake, the morally corrupt central character, is woven into a cleverly constructed crime novel set in the East End of London.
The wildlife and natural beauty of Richmond’s open spaces is celebrated in a new book by Barnes photographer Andrew Wilson.
Lord Chris Patten
This autobiography is not the usual glowing self-congratulatory justification of a politician’s career. It confirms his position as an elder statesman of great and valuable experience.
The crisis engulfing the country following the Brexit Vote confirmation that our current politicians are failing us. Is this the when we will see a new party emerge?