• In his devastating new book The Madness of Crowds, Douglas Murray examines the twenty-first century's most divisive issues: sexuality, gender, technology and race.
  • The Strange Death of Europe is a highly personal account of a continent and culture caught in the act of suicide.
  • For almost forty years the events of Bloody Sunday on January 30 1972, have been the subject of intense claim and counter-claim.
  • Famed as the most beautiful undergraduate in Oxford, Lord Alfred Douglas remains one of the most notorious figures in literary history.
  • Victims of Intimidation tells the stories of nearly 30 Europeans of Muslim background
  • In this 2013 book (now reissued for the first time) bestselling author and broadcaster Douglas Murray, with trademark wit, delivers an alarming analysis of the post-9/11 world. It is a devastating satire on the climate of fear in the West today. Murray’s analysis is wildly entertaining yet ultimately profound.
  • The brilliant and provocative new book from one of the world’s foremost political writers ‘The anti-Western revisionists have been out in recent years. It is high time that we revise them in turn…’ In The War on the West, international bestselling author Douglas Murray asks: if the history of humankind is a history of slavery, conquest, prejudice, genocide and exploitation, why are only Western nations taking the blame for it? It’s become, he explains, perfectly acceptable to celebrate the contributions of non-Western cultures, but discussing their flaws and crimes is called hate speech. What’s more it has become acceptable to discuss the flaws and crimes of Western culture, but celebrating their contributions is also called hate speech. Some of this is a much-needed reckoning; however, some of it is part of a larger international attack on reason, democracy, science, progress, and the citizens of the West by dishonest scholars, hatemongers, hostile nations and human rights abusers hoping to distract from their ongoing villainy.