Ideas for Father’s Day

19th June 2020

Stuck for ideas for Father’s Day gifts? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve put together a list of books that will appeal to dads with a wide variety of reading tastes, including biography, fiction, politics and history…

Alexander’s Legacy: To The Strongest by Robert Fabbri
The first book in a huge, bloody and brutal new series from Robert Fabbri, set after the death of Alexander the Great. Who will win the fight to control the largest empire the world has ever seen? Let the battles begin…

Survive. Drive. Win. by Nick Fry (with Ed Gorman)
The extraordinary inside story of Brawn GP’s shock 2009 F1 championship win, by the former team CEO.

Original Spin: Misadventures in Cricket by Vic Marks
The much-loved former England player, Guardian cricket correspondent and TMS broadcaster tells the story of his life in cricket for the first time.

The Mystery of Charles Dickens by A. N. Wilson
A brilliant and insightful celebration of the imaginative genius of Charles Dickens, published to commemorate the 150th anniversary of his death.


Hammer to Fall by John Lawton
The third Joe Wilderness spy thriller from a master of the genre, moving from icy Finland to tumultuous Cold War Prague, Hammer to Fall is a tale of vodka smuggling and a legendary female Red Army general who is playing a dangerous game.

The Impossible Climb by Mark Synnott
An intimate account of Alex Honnold’s unprecedented, almost unimaginable feat: a 3,000-foot vertical climb up El Capitan in Yosemite, without a rope.

The New Class War by Michael Lind
A maverick thinker who’s drawn the applause of both the left and right offers a bold new framework for understanding the turmoil in the West.

A Bit of a Stretch: The Diaries of a Prisoner by Chris Atkins
A shocking and darkly funny account of the reality of Britain’s prisons.