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London Fiver: Five of the Best Places in London for Bibliophiles

Many people enjoy reading a good book, whether curled on the...

Exploring Agatha Christie’s London – Places to See for Mystery Fans!

One of the most prolific mystery writers of all time, Agatha...

Through the Lens: Behind the Scenes of London’s (Closed) Theatres From New London Theatres Book

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Laura’s London: Exploring Lambeth Palace Library

Lambeth Palace Library has been kept within Lambeth Palace for 400...

LONDON TOP FIVE: Our Personal Favorite Bookstores in London – What’s Your Favorite?

I love books. I love London. London has the best bookshops...

London Alert: LAST CALL for the 2018 London Annual Special Guidebook – Need Final Count

LAST CALL - London Annual 2018 Hey, everyone! We need a final...

Exploring Charles Dickens’s London

While Dickens was not born in the city, he came to...

The London Fiver – Five of the Best Novels Set in London – What’s Your Favourite?

Stories provide an interesting viewpoint into other people's lives and describe...

World of Books: 10 of London’s Private Subscription Libraries

Not necessarily a library in someone’s home, a private (or independent)...

Video: Short Film About the Man That Runs Book Market Under Waterloo Bridge

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Elementary My Dear Watson: Exploring Sherlock Holmes’ London

The world’s most famous fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes was created by...

London Books: The Great London Guidebook Round-up – Reviews Inside

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The London Fiver – Five Brilliant Specialty Bookshops To Pop Into On Your Next Trip

If you’re like me, you’re a voracious reader. You may even...

London Books: Unseen London by Peter Dazeley – A Look at London Buildings Not Normally Open to the Public

There’s nothing quite like cracking open a big photography book about...

Book Excerpt: Exploring London by Day and by Night in 1950’s London

Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt, provided by the publisher,...

London Books: London Villages by Zena Alkayat

It is often said that London is not a city, but...

London Books: Old Covent Garden by Clive Boursnell

Rarely do I fall immediately in love with a book when...

London Books: Great Houses of London by James Stourton

One of my favorite aspects of British history is exploring the...

London Books: Lost London by Richard Guard

London has layers upon layers of history. Despite nearly two thousand-year...

London Books: Eat London 2 – All About Food by Peter Prescott & Terence Conran

Despite Britain's historically poor culinary reputation, London is now a centre...

London Books: Tired of London, Tired of Life by Tom Jones

One of my favorite London blogs is the Tired of London,...

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