Mad Dogs and Englishmen: A Year of Things to See and Do in England

Mad Dogs and Englishmen: A Year of Things to See and Do in England

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By (author) Tom Jones

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  • Publisher: Virgin Books
  • Format: Hardback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 194mm x 196mm x 24mm | 620g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0753541742
  • ISBN 13: 9780753541746
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations,strationsstrations
  • Sales rank: 156,179

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'England is a country which requires more than a second look, an amazingly diverse place, offering almost-unlimited landscapes, culture and history, and a diversity of opportunities which is unrivalled anywhere else in the world.' Tired of London, Tired of Life author Tom Jones, has come up with another gem. In Mad Dogs and Englishmen he presents us with a seasonal snapshot of things to do in England at any time of the year, come rain or come shine. Using a mixture of unique seasonal events and interesting places to visit (all presented in attractive bite-sized entries), Mad Dogs and Englishmen is a browsable gift book aimed at those who are interested in getting to know their home country better as well as tourists seeking to make the most of their stay in England. In more than 220 pages Tom Jones demonstrates the diversity of England as a country; presenting interesting, unusual and thought-provoking things to do which also enlighten the reader, and convey the message that England is a great place to live and explore all year round.

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Tom Jones is a writer and researcher who lives in South East London. He is happiest when discovering new things to do and believes it is important to make the most of where you live. Born in the South Cotswolds, before creating Tired of London, Tired of Life, he worked as a researcher at the House of Commons, as a white van man and in the Armed Forces Medal Office.