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- Wiley 2012; US$ 45.00
In Cross Country photographer and author Peter Ashley unleashes his passion for Blighty. He takes us on an enlightening jaunt that encompasses many of England’s most loved regions. His love of buildings and landscape extends far beyond architecture in picturesque surroundings. By combining personal reminiscence and an ear for intriguing anecdote,... more...
- Rough Guides 2011; US$ 26.99
The Rough Guide to England is the ultimate insider's guide to this fascinating country, with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions in England. Discover England's highlights with stunning photography and information on everything from how best to explore England's beautiful countryside to the country's rich collection of castles,... more...
- F+W Media 2011; US$ 13.95
Factoid Attack: Inherent sadistic streak in dentists confirmed! The electric chair was invented by a dentist, Dr. Alfred Southwick. Not surprising, dentists have been perfecting torture devices for centuries. Factoid Attack: Galaxy at risk! Intelligent life in short supply! In 1961, Astronomer Frank Drake estimated the number of probable intelligent... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2008; US$ 10.99
Hugo Soskin, son of best-selling author on Rennes-le-Château Henry Lincoln, has no time for the French Pyrenean village and its mysteries. He is fed up with the whole subject of how a nineteenth-century priest came to be a millionaire overnight and why he built so many bizarre clues into his church and his home. But when he and his wife decide... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2011; US$ 9.99
This series of pen-portraits of England, commissioned by the Daily Mail in the 1930s, provides a delightful insight into life between the wars, peppered with heart-warming, humorous and often irreverent observations. more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2010; US$ 10.99
The clouds disappeared and gave us a clear day. No more excuses. No more newspapers, radio, beds, hot water, china mugs 'Meet Barnie, 11 months old, dangerously learning to walk Tess the dog, who likes rolling in smelly things Ben the cart horse, who barely fits through a stile Spud, a young mother recovering from cancer... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2009; US$ 11.99
`Take one headstrong dog and a feisty young woman, and send them off on a walk for the equivalent distance of London to Delhi. Tess the dog flirts outrageously with good-looking farmers and charms unsuspecting toddlers into parting with their ice creams as her apologetic owner follows. From sleepy fishing villages to urban streets, spotting avocets... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2011; US$ 8.74
From Land's End to John O'Groats, this Sceptred Isle is riddled with what are laughably referred to as 'attractions'. Rubbish tourism is a proud British tradition, and from Stonehenge to Madam Tussaud's, Shakespeare's birthplace to the Harry Potter Tour, and model villages to a museum dedicated to pencils, Crap Days Out is the quintessential collection... more...
- University of Wales Press 2012; US$ 33.00
This is the first full-length academic study of Life on Mars (and its successor, Ashes to Ashes), and seeks to account for the series innovative form and popular appeal. Paying attention to issues of genre and hybridity, the book examines televisual and cultural memory, press and reception contexts and analyses the ways in which both series represent... more...