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Michael's first book. It is only by chance that Ernie Bisquets picked the pocket of Lord Patterson Coats, current president of the East London Adventurers Club. But it was by design that he was then introduced into a world where his talents would be used for a greater good. By the time he realizes what is happening, the attempted theft of a Manet from the Musee d'Orsay, and the subsequent investigation, is unfolding around him. Murder and villainy inquiries by the East London Adventurers…

The Charles Dickens Museum is located in the building he lived in from 1837-1839. The collection includes letters, pictures, first editions, furniture, memorabilia and lovingly restored rooms.


The Millennials Are Generation Nice

The Millennials Are Generation Nice By SAM TANENHAUSAUG. 15, 2014- The first people to come of age in the 21st century, with its dizzying rate of technological change, have been forced to invent new ways of navigating it. Credit Bon Duke for The New York Times

from Eating London Tours

East London Tour: Food & Walking Tour in the East End

I did this ALONE in Italy, and it was the best decision I ever made. Scary as shit getting a taxi by myself but once I got there it was magical. Totally worth the money. There are 2, one is a "twilight tour" that starts at 5pm and includes afternoon tea. That one is not only $20 more expensive... but it also (other than the tea) didn't excite me as much as the East End tour :)

"Love is in The Air" - a new genre for Susan Berger. And for the wonderful surprises being in a Crit Group can bring. This is a specific tribute to "Pen and Ink."

from Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Why It's Never the Perfect Time to Travel

People always put off traveling. It's never the right time. It's never perfect. Now is the best time to travel.

Peter Pan Themed Day Out in London: JM Barrie wrote Peter Pan right here in London and the capital is full of special monuments and events dedicated to the much-loved book.

from Etsy

Price, reduced Two Thousand! First Edition, Winnie The Pooh, 1926, Methuen & Co. Ltd., London

from BookBub Blog

13 Books Recommended by Emma Watson

How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran. Watson said, “I read it on a plane from London to New York and I laughed out loud and cried so much I think the whole of my cabin, airline staff included, thought I was losing my mind.”