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A History of Britain in Thirty-six Postage Stamps: Book summary and reviews of A History of Britain in Thirty-six Postage Stamps by Chris West
A History of Britain in Thirty-six Postage Stamps Summary
Stamps tell a story - and Chris West's book is the unique, fascinating tale of Great Britain told through its stamps.
A History of Britain in Thirty-six Postage Stamps Reviews
"[T]here is cultural history to be found in these miniature art forms, and West has certainly found it, providing a quirky, and always interesting, overview of modern British history." - Publishers Weekly
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Chris West has written widely in a variety of genres. His titles include a bestselling business guide and a quartet of crime novels. He inherited a love of history from his father and an Edwardian "Lincoln" stamp album from his great-uncle as a child. His love for stamps was revived when he found that same dust-covered album in his attic as an adult. He lives in Cambridgeshire, London.
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