Chess Scribe: A 50-Year Anthology by David LeMoir
David LeMoir has written three popular and highly acclaimed chess books including the worldwide hit How To Become A Deadly Chess Tactician. Across fifty years he has become one of the UK's most popular chess feature-writers, his work having appeared more than thirty times in the leading UK magazines CHESS and British Chess Magazine and once in the American magazine, Chess Horizons. He writes to entertain as well as to instruct, and much of his work addresses new ways to look at sacrifices and tactics.
This book includes every one of those articles, plus an excerpt from each of his books and a wide selection of his work as main features writer for En Passant, the UK regional magazine which has been crowned the British/English Chess Federation’s Magazine of the Year on three occasions.
Prepare to be entertained!
Paperback, 268 pages, David LeMoir Publishing
Praise for the author's books:
How to be Lucky in Chess
"A delightful book! I like LeMoir's writing style a lot." - GM Jonathan Rowson in Chess Moves
"...you cannot fail to be entertained and instructed in some of the murkier areas of chess that most other books don't touch." - Phil Adams on CHECKPOINT
How to Become a Deadly Chess Tactician
"The book's 'Oooh!' and 'Ahhh!' factor is extremely high! ...his comments are always either entertaining or instructive." - GM Matthew Sadler in New In Chess
"I absolutely loved the book." - Peter Connor on Chessville website
Essential Chess Sacrifices
"LeMoir has come up with a clever book that may quietly become a classic." - Tim Spanton in Weekend Chess
"A fantastic book, which I think readers of all standards will find enjoyable as well as useful." - Phil Adams on 3Cs website.