Books About London That Take You Through the City | Best Books About London
London, the city of legends, legends in the truest sense is a great city with a history as long, old, and layered as the city itself. With so many layers, so many secrets, so many stories, and so many layers of people in her, I am certain that there are books written about London that can take you to those depths of her past, that can take you into those hidden halls of her present, and that can take you into the minds of those who make the city run.
Fascinating London stories: A woman with a secret…and a man with one too
From the author of the international bestseller, The Secret Lives of Sherlock Holmes.
This is a mystery novel in the same vein as Pride and Prejudice, except there’s a woman and a man, and they have a secret. The author, A.J. Hartley, takes the readers on a journey of love and loss, and into the heart of a mystery that takes the reader on a journey from the present to the past, from the city of London to the mysterious village of Rainsford, and from the time of Queen Elizabeth I to the present.
A Woman Like You
“I didn’t say goodbye; I don’t know why. I don’t know if I’ll ever see her again.”
“I don’t know where I am going. I don’t know how I’m going to make it out of here alive.”
“I hope, I pray there is a better life to come. Please, I want to be with you.”
The truth of these simple words were the genesis of one of the most compelling stories written about London in recent decades. The author, a self-proclaimed, “London Enigma” who had written countless travelogues about the city of London, was moved to write the book in which the events of which we