The London Compendium: A street-by-street exploration of the hidden metropolis
The streets of London resonate with secret stories, from East End lore to Cold War espionage, from tales of riots, rakes, brothers, anarchy and grisly murders, to Rolling Stones gigs, gangland drinking dens, Orwell's Fitzrovia and Lenin's haunts. Ed Glinert has walked the city from Limehouse to Lambeth, Whitehall to Whitechapel, unravelling its mysteries along the way. This is London as you have never seen it before.
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Review: The London CompendiumUser Review - Tina Scott - Goodreads
Love this book. Little bits of History that fascinate me. I will always read this, over and Over. Read full review
Review: The London CompendiumUser Review - Sitatunga - Goodreads
Well it's a much celebrated book. My take is that's its handy but lacks the breadth of the London Encyclopaedia|930119] London Encyclopaedia by Christopher Hibbert (though I have reservations about ... Read full review