Brazil, Peru and Tierra del Fuego are among the locations featured in Roebuck: Tales of an Admirable Adventurer, Luke Waterson’s debut novel. But, like Waterson himself, the story of Roebuck begins in the south-west of England.
“Living legend” is too easily applied when describing sportspeople. Muhammad Ali is one of the few individuals on this planet who really do warrant such an epithet.
Sutton Hoo is synonymous with the Anglo-Saxon burial site in Suffolk, England. Now a National Trust site, Sutton Hoo provided an unparalleled haul of Anglo-Saxon treasures during archaeological excavations.
The Beer and Food Companion, by Stephen Beaumont, is an informative, illustrated hardback book. For newcomers it provides an accessible introduction to brewing, world beers plus the pairing of food and beer.
The subtitle to Only in London summarises the nature of this guidebook. It is ‘a guide to unique locations, hidden corners and unusual objects’ around the British capital.
Bridges of Paris, a coffee table book, tells the story of the 37 bridges crossing the River Seine in France’s capital. Michael Saint James, an American photojournalist, is the author and photographer behind this attractive book.
Forty is a book with 40 seafood recipes. It was published as part of celebrations to mark 40 years since Chris and Liz Ramus established their seafood supply business in Yorkshire.
“I was always interested in cooking but I’m not a professional chef,” says Merrit Kiho demurely. She’s putting the final touches to a plate of homemade rabbit pate and black bread in the kitchen of her house, which doubles as one of the top-rated restaurants in Estonia.
The 2014 edition of Hudson's Historic Houses and Gardens provides a wealth of ideas for days out at museums and heritage sites across Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Slow Northumberland and Durham is one of Bradt’s guides to slow travel in the counties and regions of the United Kingdom.