Stock Picker. A Financial History for the Sharp End by Paul Mumford (2016)
Not a widely promoted book. In case you find it on one of the traditional bookshops (I bought it in Waterstone's in Canary Wharf), be prepared that this is a fairly long description of personal experience without very well structured takeaways and action points. I admit that since investing is at least half art, I should not be expecting clear-cut formula on how to beat the market.