Ian Mitchell is a Scottish writer and journalist who lived for many years in Russia. He is the author of four books, including The Cost of a Reputation, Isles of the West: a Hebridean Voyage and The Justice Factory: Show Me the Judge and I’ll Tell You the Law.
He reviews below all the GOOD books he has read recently in connection with his long-term book project, which concerns Russia, the Rule of Law and their historical and current interaction with the Anglosphere worldwide.
17 - IRELAND, GERMANY AND THE NAZIS: Politics and Diplomacy, 1919-1939 - Mervyn O'Driscoll (2017) ARTICLE in RussiaKnowledge.com
23 - BIOHAZARD: the true story of the largest biological weapons program in the world by the man who ran it - Ken Alibek (1999)
27 - THE FLAG IN THE WIND: The Story of the National Movement in Scotland - John MacCormick (1955; 2008)
28 - THE COURTS, THE CHURCH AND THE CONSTITUTION: Aspects of the Disruption of 1843 - Lord Rodger of Earlsferry (2008)