The Highways and Byways of Britain

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Between the end of the nineteenth century and the Second World War Macmillan published a much-loved and extremely successful series of books under the title of 'Highways and Byways'. In them, the authors took readers on a delightful guided tour of the country, county by county, pointing out places of interest, key historical events and local lore and legend. Now, Macmillan is reissuing - in one beautifully designed volume - a selection of those highways and byways, which affords contemporary readers both a charming period piece and a wonderful glimpse of the very best of Britain.

About David Milner

David Milner was born in 1971, and after postgraduate work at university became a commissioning editor for Secker & Warburg at Random House. He left in 2001 to co-found a literary agency, and now works principally as a freelance editor.

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