Firstly, an item referred to by Olimpiu above, C.N. 9457, included the following:
Later, C.N. 10661 contained this:Even so, any critic with the new Sánchez and Harding books before him should recognize at once the overwhelming superiority of the latter. We look forward to reading both volumes from cover to cover, but the Blackburne one will take precedence.
The list then included Tim's Blackburne book and another title by him.In recent decades, historical chess biographies have seen a major advance in scholarship, with far greater recognition of the need for precise sources. The world’s leading publisher in the field is McFarland & Company, Inc., and any list of its best biographical works is likely to include the following:
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