Description Status: New - Pages: 308, Paperback, T & J Lamb more
In the spring of 587 AD two monks set off on an extraordinary journey that would take them in an arc across the entire Byzantine world from the shores of the Bosphorus to the sand dunes of Egypt. On t...
As Dalrymple's first book In Xanadu" traversed thousands of miles now he traverses thousands of years. In the course of 12 months in Delhi he peels back the successive encrusting layers of history usi...
One of the most successful, influential and acclaimed travel books of recent years. At the age of twenty-two, William Dalrymple left his college in Cambridge to travel to the ruins of Kublai Khan's st...
Description Status: New - Pages: 120, Paperback, Dalrymple and Verdun Publishing more
Contains explanations of how to leverage the powerful underlying technologies. This book covers aspects of multi-threading, interprocess communication, networking, performance tuning, distributed obje...
Status: New - The Daisy Dalrymple Collection features twelve mystery books from Carola Dunn's brilliant series - all packed with witty dialogue and well-rounded, unforgettable characters. The well-hee...
Description Status: New - The Daisy Dalrymple Collection features twelve mystery books from Carola Dunn's brilliant series - all packed with witty dialogue and well-rounded, unforgettable characters. The well-hee... more
Description Independent Edinburgh, 2033. When a human heart is found in the centre circle of one of the city's main football pitches, Quint Dalrymple is called in. Then a headless... more
AdvantagesBeautifully written, compelling story
DisadvantagesNot quite what I'd expected from the title
AdvantagesAn entertaining, engaging and thought-provoking travelogue.
DisadvantagesNone to speak of.