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  • Gibsideby Gemma Hall

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 5.99

    Nowadays many of Gibside’s buildings lie in ruins. But this was once a grand Georgian estate, home to one of the most powerful families in England, the Bowes. This guidebook reveals how they built their fortune – and Gibside – and the scandalous tale of how one, the ‘Unhappy Countess’ Mary Eleanor, was held captive here by her deceitful husband, Stoney... more...

  • Hidcoteby Helene Gammack

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 5.99

    Hidcote is the fulfilment of an American’s English fantasy. In doing so, Major Lawrence Johnston created a garden that could be described as the most influential of the 20th century, and one that has certainly has inspired more than any other. His vision, his plantsmanship and his desire to share his creation with others form a wonderful living legacy.Having... more...

  • Polesden Laceyby Simon Ackeroyd; Vicky Bevan Vicky Bevan

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 5.99

    A golf course, a pet cemetery and a suite ¬fit for royalty: welcome to Polesden Lacey, former home of the indomitable – and controversial – socialite, Maggie Greville (also known as Mrs Ronnie), and country retreat for the Edwardian era’s rich and famous.This guidebook uncovers the life of Mrs Greville and the experiences of those who visited and worked... more...

  • Trengwainton Gardenby Katherine Lambert

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 3.99

    Trengwainton was given to the National Trust because of the significance of its plant collection. The garden contains rare plant specimens from around the world, including some rhododendron hybrids that are unique to this collection.Trengwainton is the creation of two very different families, and of course their skilled and industrious gardeners. The... more...

  • Stoneacreby Matt

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 4.99

    Saved from destruction by Arts and Crafts scholar, Aymer Vallance, this medieval hall-house isn’t quite what it seems.Starting life around 1480, Stoneacre was built from the ragstone quarry in which the house sits. Yet when Arts and Crafts scholar and disciple of William Morris, Aymer Vallance, bought Stoneacre in 1922 his wife remarked that it was... more...

  • Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardensby Andrew

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 7.99

    ‘A haunt of ancient peace’With these famous words, the poet Tennyson sums up the qualities of stability and gentle age that make Gunby special. This out-of-the-way place is the quintessential small English country house, garden and estate. For six centuries, it has been the much-loved home of the Massingberds, who have fostered fascinating friends... more...

  • Bernard Shaw at Shaw’s Cornerby Sue

    National Trust (Enterprises) Ltd 2016; US$ 5.99

    The playwright George Bernard Shaw threw all his immense energies into making the world a better place. At the same time he needed a refuge from celebrity. He found this at Shaw’s Corner in the quiet Hertfordshire village of Ayot St Lawrence, where he could write in peace and entertain his wide circle of friends. This modest former rectory is filled... more...

  • Uncharted Territory: Culture and Commerce in Hong Kong’s Art Worldby Magnus Renfrew

    Penguin Books Ltd 2017; US$ 7.04

    Hong Kong has the once in a generation opportunity to assert itself as the creative and cultural hub of Asia, and to rival the established centres of New York and London. In providing an angle unique to the city, Hong Kong could play a pivotal role in redefining the concept of a 'global' art world. But, is it ready to take on the challenge? Magnus... more...

  • Integral Transforms of Generalized Functions and Their Applicationsby Ram Shankar Pathak

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 94.95

    For those who have a background in advanced calculus, elementary topology and functional analysis - from applied mathematicians and engineers to physicists - researchers and graduate students alike - this work provides a comprehensive analysis of the many important integral transforms and renders particular attention to all of the technical aspects... more...

  • Romantic Weekends America's Southwestby Don Young; Marge Young

    Hunter Publishing 1998; US$ 15.00

    A selection of recommended inns, delightful restaurants, resorts, festivals, the best places to stroll together under the stars or have a secluded champagne picnic – the most romantic places in the Southwest. This book visits special spots in Arizona, California south of Los Angeles, Colorado south of Denver, Las Vegas, Lake Mead, New Mexico, Utah... more...