Saturday, 19 February 2011

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Saturday, 5 February 2011

High Times at the Hotel Bristol

A book of factional short stories based on scandals, histories, extraordinary and strange events that have taken place in hotels called Bristol. Ideal bedside reading.
Available as a ebook in all formats, and in Amazon's Kindle Store.
For further information visit High Times at the Hotel Bristol

Tuesday, 18 January 2011


A powerful tale of steaming passions.
Based on actual events and real people

Published 2008. ISBN 978-0-9555376-1-5
Available on all ebook formats: and on Amazon Kindle.

For further information, visit Burning Barcelona
Email:, tel: (+44) 020 7358 0044

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Land of the Lakes

by David Barchard. Photographs by Manual Çitak. Foreword by Norman Stone
144pp hardback. 324mm x 264mm. ISBN 978-0-9555376-2-2. Published March 2009
RRP £24.95

Few places in the world have such a dazzling cultural legacy as southeastern Turkey, sometime home of Hittites, Assyrians, Parthians, Sassanids, Byzantines, Suriacs, Caliphates, Armenians, Kurds, Seljuqs and Ottomans.
Attention has been focused on the area for the past three decades as a huge and often controversial hydroeleectric power scheme has dammed the Tigris and Euphrates, creating this Land of the Lakes and bringing new life to this formerly impoverished region.
Local communities have been displaced and archaeologicsl sites flooded, but only now is it possible to begin to assess the longer-term effects of the project.

Writer David Barchard and photographer Manuel Çitak brilliantly reveal the story of the rebirth of Southeast Anatolia, a new land of water and increased prosperity.
The foreword is by the eminent historian Norman Stone.

Land of the Lakes is sponsored by the Nural and Cengiz Cosortium and distributed in Turkey by Dünya Aktüel Basin Yayin Tic. ve San A.S, Istanbul