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The Highways and Byways of Britain

by David Milner

Between the end of the nineteenth century and the Second World War Macmillan published a much-loved and extremely successful series of books under the title of 'Highways and Byways'. In them, the authors took...


China Dreams: Special Edition E-Book

by Sid Smith

For weeks they went all over London on the little red Honda, weaving up hills at walking speed, down alleys and pavements, through shopping precincts, warm in the late-summer nights . . . and he'd park outside...


A Handful of Honey

by Annie Hawes

Aiming to track down a small oasis town deep in the Sahara, some of whose generous inhabitants came to her rescue on a black day in her adolescence, Annie Hawes leaves her home in the olive groves of Italy and...


Iberia

by James A. Michener

Spain is an immemorial land like no other, one that James A. Michener, the Pulitzer Prize–winning author and celebrated citizen of the world, came to love as his own. Iberia is Michener’s enduring nonfiction...


Chasing Cezanne: A Novel

by Peter Mayle

Hanky-panky on the international art scene is the source of the hilarity and fizz in Peter Mayle's new novel. He flies us back to the south of France (a region some readers of his irresistible best-sellers believe...


Toujours Provence

by Peter Mayle

NATIONAL BESTSELLERTaking up where his beloved A Year in Provence leaves off, Peter Mayle offers us another funny, beautifully (and deliciously) evocative book about life in Provence. With tales only one who...


Boswell's Bus Pass

by Stuart Campbell

Stuart Campbell has worked as an English teacher, Advisor, communications Lecturer, Education Manager, and Consultant in the Lothians for longer than he cares to remember. He is now gainfully employed as a mental...


An Audience with an Elephant: And Other Encounters on the Eccentric Side

by Byron Rogers

An Audience with an Elephant is a compendium of the oddest and most eccentric travels - a travel book to set alongside Norman Lewis and Eric Newby for the sheer unpredictability of its encounters and its surreal...


Mother of God

by Paul Rosolie

In the Madre de Dios ("Mother of God") region of Peru, where the Amazon River begins, the cloud forests of the Andes converge with the lowland Amazon rainforest to create the most biodiverse place on the planet....


Dishwasher

by Pete Jordan

Dishwasher is the true story of a man on a mission: to clean dirty dishes professionally in every state in America. Part adventure, part parody, and part miraculous journey of self-discovery, it is the unforgettable...


Marching Spain

by V.S. Pritchett

In spring 1927 V.S Pritchett set out to walk 300 miles across Spain. The country was almost completely isolated, and Pritchett describes a timeless country on the cusp of being riven by civil war, populated...


Bel Mooney's Somerset

by Bel Mooney

First published in 1989, in Bel Mooney's Somerset she sets the tone of this delightfully personal account of her 'adopted county'. Brought up in Liverpool, she writes of Somerset with the rapture of the late...


Alps. the

by Ronald Clark

The unrivalled scenery of the Alps attracts increasing numbers of visitors every year, while for those who seek the more active and dangerous pursuits of climbing and skiing, the region offers unique opportunities....


Roumanian Journey

by Sacheverell Sitwell

'At the first mention of going to Roumania, a great many people, as I did myself, would take down their atlas and open the map. For Roumania, there can be no question, is among the lesser known lands of Europe.'...


Denmark

by Sacheverell Sitwell

A narrative of his time in Denmark, this work is largely concerned with the topography of the country, telling the intending visitor about all those features of the country's buildings, landscape and people...


Hot Countries: A Travel Book

by Alec Waugh

First published in 1930, this discursive and absorbing travel-book offers, as the author says in his new Foreword, "a picture of a way of living that exists no longer."

Hot Countries tells of a series of journeys...


In the Footsteps of Stamford Raffles

by Nigel Barley

Sir Stamford Raffles was a British colonial trader who, in 1819, founded the island city-state of Singapore. Today, Singapore is a world alpha city ranked alongside London, New York, and Tokyo. In this intriguing...


Shadow of the Silk Road

by Colin Thubron

Shadow of the Silk Road records a journey along the greatest land route on earth. Out of the heart of China into the mountains of Central Asia, across northern Afghanistan and the plains of Iran and into Kurdish...


The Cat Who Went to Paris

by Peter Gethers

"Norton is clearly a charmer, and Gethers tells his story with contagious affection....Will warm the heart of any confirmed cat-lover."

THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD

Before Peter Gethers met Norton, the publisher,...


Meet Me in Gaza: Uncommon Stories of Life inside the Strip

by Louisa B. Waugh

How do people and goods get in and out of Gaza? Do Gazans ever have fun? Is the Strip beautiful? And do TV reports actually reflect ordinary life inside the world’s largest open-air prison? Meet Me in Gaza...