William Dalrymple - Travel - 2012 - 512 pages
Using Moschos’s writings as his guide and inspiration, the acclaimed travel writer William Dalrymple retraces the footsteps of these two monks, providing along the way a moving elegy to the slowly dying civilization of Eastern ...
Stewart P Evans, Keith Skinner - True Crime - 2013 - 320 pages
The name Jack the Ripper is instantly recognised throughout the world, yet many people are unaware that the famous nickname first appeared in a letter or that this was where the whole legend of Jack the Ripper really began.
William Dalrymple - Travel - 2003 - 352 pages
Sparkling with irrepressible wit, City of Djinns peels back the layers of Delhi's centuries-old history, revealing an extraordinary array of characters along the way-from eunuchs to descendants of great Moguls.
William Dalrymple - Fiction - 2004 - 544 pages
In White Mughals, William Dalrymple discovers a world almost entirely unexplored by history, and places at its centre a compelling tale of love, seduction and betrayal.
William Dalrymple - History - 2007 - 534 pages
The last Mughal emperor, Zafar, came to the throne when the political power of the Mughals was already in steep decline.
William Dalrymple - Biography & Autobiography - 2010 - 304 pages
And while the stories reveal the vigorous resilience of individuals in the face of the relentless onslaught of modernity, they reveal as well the continuity of ancient traditions that endure to this day.