Paul Wood

Everyone knows that the trees on the capital’s streets are London Planes, aren’t they? 

In fact, these days the magnificently green streets of of the capital are home to nearly 300 different species and cultivars, from Giant Redwoods in Edgware to Olive trees in Hackney and a Magnolia outside the Cheesegrater.

This unique guide, which has already gone into a second printing just six months after publication, tells you where they all are, and will make you see this amazing world city in a different way.


Buy London’s Street Trees: A Field Guide to the Urban Forest



Snow Stopped Play

‘Delightful’, Daily Telegraph'
‘Charming’, Daily Mail
‘Beautiful’, All-Out Cricket



The Kings of Summer

‘An inspiring account by Duncan Hamilton of the gripping match at Lord’s last September in which the County Championship was decided at the wire between Middlesex and Yorkshire.’ Simon Heffer, Daily Telegraph
‘A lovely extended essay.’ Michael Henderson, The Times
‘A little classic of the game.’ Chris Waters, Yorkshire Post


Beer: In So Many Words

‘Perfect gift idea’, Daily Telegraph
‘Any book that contains Pete Brown, Patrick Hamilton and George Orwell is always going to be worth dipping into’, Guardian Drink Books of the Year
‘A good place to start if you want to buy just one beer writing anthology’, Boak & Bailey’s Beer Blog