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Black Lily

A Novel

Born worlds apart, Lily and Zenobia unite and fight to survive in murderous 17th century London, in a hard-edged, glittering novel

A London Floral

An Illustrated Guide

An illustrated guide to London’s key floral destinations

Posh Dogs

Photographs by Country Life Magazine

From wolfhounds to dachshunds, working dogs to lapdogs, puppies to pensioners, Posh Dogs showcases dogs of all shapes and sizes, featuring them at home, at work and having fun in the timeless beauty of the British countryside. This is a must-have gift book for all dog lovers.

Riding Route 94

An Accidental Journey through the Story of Britain

‘This is not a book about buses; it’s a book about where buses can take you.’

 

World Street Food

Easy Recipes for Young Travellers

You Should Have Been Here Last Week

Sharp Cuttings from a Garden Writer

An amusing and thought-provoking compendium of columns, articles, essays and reviews from this acute, knowledgeable and irreverent commentator

 

Sir John Soane's Greatest Treasure

The Sarcophagus of Seti I

By John H Taylor and Sir John Soane's Museum Appendix by Helen Dorey

The first ever book about Sir John Soane's greatest treasure - one of the most important Egyptian antiquities anywhere in the world - the unique sarcophagus of the Pharoah Seti I

 

Writing Home

In the pieces brought together in Writing Home, Polly Devlin OBE, most bewitching of writers, covers subjects that range over her whole life and thought

Seeking New York

The Stories Behind the Historic Architecture of Manhattan – One Building at a Time

Beautifully illustrated with line drawings and photographs, engagingly presented, and richly detailed, this charming guide traces the architectural and social history of Manhattan one building at a time.

At Home with the Soanes

Upstairs, Downstairs in 19th Century London

A fascinating glimpse of real life for a London family in the early 19th century

Gardening Notes from a Late Bloomer

The House in Little Chelsea

A unique history of a Victorian house, brought to life in a witty and compelling fictional form