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Images of England Series This series is Published by Tempus Publishing and each one contains over 200 old images of each area and will not only be of great interest to residents of Birmingham, but also to all that are interested in places through old photographs and postcards Highly recommended by VB Various Author Books Page 1  
About places and life in and around Birmingham 

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About places and life in and around Birmingham

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Carl Chinn  
or "Mr. Brum" Carl has written a host of books that we are very pleased to feature on virtual-brum including his two new books. Proper Brummie and Brum and Brummies II
Mac Joseph. Mac has a published books on Ladywood and  his new book The way we were is packed with photographs, old adverts etc from our past. Kathleen Dayus Kathleen, who received an honary MA from Birmingham University has written many books on Birmingham. Her latest novel is April Showers
Alton Douglas With over 30 wonderful albums on the Midlands containing an incredible 12,000 photographs, Alton's books are always a pleasure to browse. Victor Price With ten books, each with memories of Birmingham. Andrew Maxam
J.R.R. Tolkien The Hobbit, and Lord of the Rings are the real thing. Good stories, that have you on the edge of your seat, the pages turn themselves with no effort required by the reader to enjoy. The stories are about magic, but they have real magic too, for they enchant you, and enslave you. I have Re-read them time and time again over the last 30 years. Enthralled is perhaps a way of describing my mood when re-reading Lord of the Rings. You may, or may not agree with my opinions of Tolkien, but his books have captivated many thousands of children and adults across the whole globe.
Rod Birch


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