Jonathan G. Campbell uses Normblog's weekly book-review slot to offer a thoughtful analysis of my Right to Exist: A Moral Defense of Israel's Wars. I'm honored by his reading.
Campbell himself is a don (I think that's what they call them over there) at the University of Bristol. If you look him up on Amazon UK you'll see all sorts of things he's written. My guess is that the book most likely to appeal to a wide audience is Deciphering the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Norm himself, of course, wrote lots of books, focusing most, it seems to me, on aspects of Marxism (remember Marxism? It used to be an extremely fashionable religion once upon a time). If I had to chose one book of his to recommend to a general public of thinking folks, I suppose it would be The Contract of Mutual Indifference: Political Philosophy After the Holocaust. (Unless he writes to tell me I'm all wrong about this. Norm does that from time to time, always in calm and polite tones).