Meet The Team

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Edgar's Guides are the brainchild of publisher and author Adam Wood, and author and walking tour operator Richard Jones.

Both are passionate about London, and their enthusiasm for the wonderful city is evident throughout each of the tours.

The basic premise of the books is to allow you to explore the many treasures that London has to offer in your own time and at your own pace.

To that end, each pocket-sized guidebook is crammed full of information, with fun and fascinating facts as well as detailed step-by-step directions that will ensure you don't miss a thing.

Always Up-to-date

Adam and Richard check the routes regularly to ensure that they are up to date, and any changes are made on a free PDF version that you are given access to at the time of purchase.

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About the Authors

Richard Jones

Richard Jones is the acclaimed author of over twenty books on Britain and Ireland. He is also a qualified Blue Badge tourist guide, meaning he has undergone a stringent training process and has sat eleven arduous exams to test his knowledge of London. His company London Walking Tours offers a regular schedule of walks, and his Jack the Ripper nightly tour has been introducing visitors and Londoners alike to the sinister streets of East London since 1982. In addition, he regularly appears on television throughout the world holding forth on topics as diverse as Dickens, Jack the Ripper, ghosts and legends.

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Adam Wood

Adam Wood is the man behind Mango Books, the publishing house offering non-fiction books for lovers of crime, detection and mystery. He is the author of two historical crime books, and co-author of a third which looks at police procedure in the Victorian era. He is also Executive Editor of Ripperologist magazine, considered the leading publication on Whitechapel murders. Adam is regularly interviewed for newspapers, radio and podcasts, and has appeared on television discussing the subject of his first book, the Victorian detective in charge of the Jack the Ripper investigation, Donald Swanson.

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Let's Go Exploring

So these are the authors of Edgar's Walking Guides. And, thanks to their years of expertise and experience, you can rest assured that the tour you undertake will be enjoyable, memorable and fully absorbing.

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