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
We are always looking to expand our lists, and welcome approaches from authors.
New titles for spring 2015 include Britain's Wartime Milkmen by Tom Phelps; I Was Rupert Murdoch's Figleaf by John Bull;
A Victorian Somebody - the Life of George Grossmith by Stephen Wade; A Singapore Fling by Peter Broadbent;
and Keeping Quiet - Visual Comedy in the Age of Sound by Julian Dutton.
Strong sellers from our autumn 2014 releases include Where the Streams Meet by Harriet Curtis-Lowe;
Inside King Kong - A Journal by Will Shephard; and Memories of Ultra, compiled by Geoff O'Neill and Mick Laming.
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