Books published in Jan 2011

Books published during the month on the subject of British and Irish stately homes
(in publishing date order):

The Restoration of an Irish House & Demesne
by Kevin V. Mulligan (click on his headshot for biography)
the history of Ballyfin, County Laois, Ireland (buy book)
Hardcover, RRP €40, 240 pages, Churchill House Press,
ISBN 0955024641, 978-0955024641 (13 January).

A Cotswold Jewel in Stone
The Story of Temple Guiting Manor

by Jeremy Musson
Hardcover, RRP £45, 108 pages, Wheatsheaf Press,
ISBN 095679890X, 978-0956798909 (31 January).

A selection of books published in late 2010 (in reverse publishing date order):

Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens 2011

by Heritage House Group

24th annual edition, paperback, RRP £15.99, 608 pages,
ISBN 0851014720, 978-0851014722 (22 December).

An Illustrated History of Ottershaw Park Estate – 1761-2011, by John Athersuch.
The Classical Country House: From the Archives of Country Life by David Watkin.
The Irish Country House by The Knight of Glin and James Peill.
Lost Country Houses of Suffolk by W. M. Roberts.
Abandoned Mansions of Ireland by Tarquin Blake.
St James’ Palace: A History by Sir Kenneth Scott.
Life in the Victorian Country House by Pamela Horn.
Cumbria: The Buildings of England (Pevsner Architectural Guides) by Matthew Hyde.
The Charterhouse: Survey of London, Monograph No.18.
Tiaras and Tantrums: Twenty-five years in service at Kedleston Hall by Roy Adams.

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