Exploring Midsomer
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Exploring Midsomer : The Towns and Villages at the Murderous Heart of England

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Since it was first broadcast on British television in 1997, Midsomer Murders has become one of the most-beloved detective dramas on television, instantly recognisable for its attractive backdrop at the heart of rural England. The real towns and villages of 'Midsomer' are situated in the Chilterns, the Thames Valley and the Vale of Aylesbury, all areas of outstanding natural beauty, and this illustrated book reveals the many stunning key locations for this popular show. Over forty towns and villages have appeared in the long-running television series, ranging from the hill-top village of Brill (also famous for a real crime, the 'Great Train Robbery') to Waddesdon, home of a Rothschild's manor. Chris Behan, a resident of this area for over thirty years, has used his skill and intimate knowledge of the subject to create a book that is a must for fans of Midsomer Murders and all those who love this charming part of rural England.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 246 x 170 x 10mm | 320g
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0752462237
  • 9780752462233
  • 57,137

About Chris Behan

Chris Behan is a chairman of OdgersInterim, part of the UK's largest Executive Search Company. His early career was spent as a military radar design engineer, before going into manufacturing and marketing management. A fellow of Rotary International, he produces the photographic and promotional material for the Rotary Club, combining his passion for photography, travel and producing video documentaries.
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