One Man's London

One Man's London

(03 Aug 1989)

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This is an idiosyncratic guide to London which reveals familiar streets in a completely new light. Pubs that go to Buckingham Palace for their licence, a churchbell that rings on an order of William the Conqueror, the secret guides that govern the royal processions, a Norman milestone etc.

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Founded in 1887 by George Hutchinson with capital of three thousand pounds, Hutchinson opened for business in the basement of 25 Paternostor Row, near St Paul's Cathedral. It is the home of fiction that you have to press into the hands of your friends and non-fiction that is entertaining and erudite. We publish bestsellers, Helen Dunmore, Sebastian Faulks, Robert Harris, Douglas Kennedy and Ruth Rendell, book club favourites, Aimee Bender, Anna Quindlen. We are committed to discovering new talent that combine a distinctive voice with great storytelling skills and recent acquisitions include Bonnie Nadzam, longlisted for the Women?s Prize, New York Times bestsellers, Sloane Crosley, Ayana Mathis, Marisha Pessl and Amor Towles.

Book information

ISBN: 9780091737115
Publisher: Hutchinson
Imprint: Hutchinson
Pub date:
DEWEY: 914.2104858
DEWEY edition: 19
Language: English
Number of pages: 406
Weight: -1g