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Monster Motoring Book Reviews

Covering a legendary racer, journalistic derring-do, the future of driving and the early days of a legendary marque, the latest titles have been reviewed by Iain Robertson and it is abundantly clear which of them is his favourite…

Wow Gilles! – Villeneuve. The Undying Legend  

By Ercole Colombo and Giorgio Terruzzi


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Bumper Bundle of Book Reviews -1

The new book scene is vibrant at the moment with a diverse range of titles and subject matters, writes Iain Robertson, that are certain to engage with readers of all ages, style expectations and information hunger levels; this is a first batch of six, with six more to follow.



Ford GT40

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Monster Book Reviews

From his occasional series of the latest book reviews, Iain Robertson has read an autobiographical novel, an autobiography, a book about an Irish racing driver and, finally, a Porschephile from Sheffield, ‘what done good’. 


ISBN: 978 1 78456 474 2


By Garry Curtis

FastPrint Publishing  


If you like your stories to be rough

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Book Reviews

Five new books have been read by Iain Robertson, three of which have a sporting angle, one of which is business-centred, while the last one but by no means the least is about a genuine story of hope and inspiration.
Isle of Man TT – The Photographic History

ISBN: 978 1 78097

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Book Reviews

Iain Robertson has cast his eyes over six new, motoring-related books, all of which would make tremendous presents, or the perfect way to spend money on yourself. Naturally, the choice is yours…. 

STIRLING MOSS The Definitive Biography



ISBN: 978 1 907085 33 8


By Philip Porter

Porter Press International 

At a whopping 640pp, it is

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Book Reviews

One of the most valuable gifts, whether intended for personal consumption, or not, is a book and Iain Robertson continues to supplement his knowledge base, while reviewing some of the latest titles.

Cars That Rock

ISBN: 978 1 78097 661 7


By Brian Johnson (with Mark Dixon)

Carlton Books 




Celebrities and motorcars are fairly happy

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