By Alastair Horne (Author)
When you think of London, what do you imagine? Westminster Abbey and the River Thames? The electric lights of Piccadilly Circus and the grandeur of Buckingham Palace? Or do you see busy shopping areas, beautiful bridges, and buzzing bars and restaurants? In 200 outstanding images, London paints a complete portrait of this remarkable capital city, from its world-famous landmarks to its cobbled alleyways, from the dizzying heights of The Shard to the jam-packed underground, from tennis at Wimbledon to afternoon tea at Claridge’s.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Alastair Horne has been a regular visitor to London for more than 20 years. After working for more than a decade at Cambridge University Press, he is now undertaking doctoral research at the British Library and Bath Spa University. He is also a journalist, lecturer, and author of Paris: The City of Light.