Chaplin Books is a new independent publishing house launched in 2010, specialising in books on
social history and film studies.
You can buy our titles direct from this website or order them from any
UK bookshop or internet retailer. Most of our titles are also available as ebooks from your preferred supplier.
We are always looking to expand our lists, and welcome approaches from authors.
New titles for 2013 include Jobsworth: Confessions of the Man from the Council by Malcolm Philips; HMS Ganges Days and its sequel, HMS
Bermuda Days, by Peter Broadbent; Three Gardens by Dorothy Wise; Black Antigone by George Porter; Exploring the History of
Lee-on-the-Solent by Robin Money and John Green; How to Achieve Good
Fortune by Murdo MacLeod; The Ismay Line by Wilton J Oldham, August 1914: England in Peace and War by Mark Rowe, and the audiobook version of Dear Miss Landau by James Christie.
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