This forthcoming book by John Rees is a detailed exploration of the Levellers during the English Revolution. Drawing heavily on archive material and exploring how they both shaped and were shaped by political events in the 1640s, Rees puts these radicals at the heart of developments.
I've written a longer review of this book for publication elsewhere and I'll link that review here when it is published. In the meantime here are some other reviews I've done of books related to the English Civil War and Revolution.
Hill - The World Turned Upsidedown
Hill - God's Englishman
Manning - Aristocrats, Plebians and Revolution in England
Purkiss - The English Civil War: A Peoples' History
Carlin - The Causes of the English Civil War
Stone - The Causes of the English Revolution
Wedgwood - The King's War