I write about London, including London politics, and have been doing so since 2008. Until the end of January 2017, I wrote an award-winning, self-published column for the Guardian and I now publish, write and edit the website On London.
"Zac versus Sadiq" is a 50,000 word account of the 2016 London Mayor election campaign, which I completed within a fortnight of polling day. People thought the contest, which I covered extensively for the Guardian, would be a dull affair. But it turned out to be a fierce and sometimes bitter fight which illuminated key themes of contemporary London life - its dazzling diversity, its extraordinary growth, its high, sometimes punishing, cost of living and its nagging fears about Islamist terror.
The book has had a couple of nice reviews and I've written about the process of writing and publishing it here. Bought directly from me - signed if you wish - it costs £6 plus £1.27 for post and packaging in nice, old-fashioned brown paper. You can make your purchase using the PayPal button below. Thank you. Dave Hill.