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The Travelling Reader

Check out previous boxes from the London Travelling Reader subscription boxes and see what great books and fantastic products from London companies we have included in past editions.
 

22nd edition

When Ryan spots a young woman on the tube on his commute, he can't take his eyes off her. Instantly attracted and intrigued, he's keen to find out more about his mysterious fellow passenger. The woman he thinks of as Millie spends all day travelling the Underground, unable to leave for reasons unbeknownst to Ryan.

 

For some inexplicable reason, he just can't shake the feeling he wants to help her escape her endless commute.

  • Eleven Lines to Somewhere paperback

  • Joe's Tea Co Ever-so-English Tea

  • Clotted Cream Fudge from Victoria Eggs

  • Mind the Gap apron

  • An exclusive bookmark

  • Photos inside your book

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Only £35.99

21st edition

From the pleasure palaces and gin-shops of Covent Garden to the elegant townhouses of Mayfair ( (see the modern-day views within the book pages), Laura Shepherd-Robinson's Daughters of Night follows Caroline Corsham as she seeks justice for a murdered woman whom London society would rather forget.

Follow our heroine through late eighteenth century London with all of its secrets and deception as she tries to unearth the cause and culprit of this crime.

  • Daughters of Night paperback

  • Tea Pigs Chocolate Flake tea

  • Green & Black's White chocolate bar

  • Funky Soaps of London moisturiser

  • Funky Soaps of London bath bomb

  • An exclusive bookmark

  • Photos inside your book

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Only £35.99

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20th edition 

Follow Lana Green on her quest to write a sequel to her best-seller, find a hero and heal her broken heart.

Travel with this story around the sights and sounds of London.

We visit Parliament Hill, Euston, Highgate, Mornington Crescent, and especially Camden Town.

Camden Town is famous for its market next to Camden Lock and its vibrant entertainment and shopping facilities situated near to Regent's Canal. Regent's Park is nearby, along with the famous London Zoo. Camden is a hub of artsy creativity with its brightly painted shops and houses and wall art. Just the right setting for a book about the creative process of writing!

  • Paperback, The Forgotten Guide to Happiness

  • Dirty Cow chocolate bar

  • Joe's Tea - Ever so English Everyday

  • Funky Soap bar

  • Funky Soap Body milk moisturiser

  • Exclusive bookmark to match the book

  • Photos of London

  • Personalised postcard

Only £35.99

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18th edition 

Taking a reading journey to the Elephant and Castle area in South London, this is a moving novel of memories, secrets, and friendships.

With the captivating skyline of London as a backdrop Jack and Bet celebrate their long marriage.

  • Paperback, Jack and Bet

  • Choccy Scoffy from London based Monty Bojangles

  • English Afternoon Tea

  • London tote bag

  • Mints

  • Exclusive bookmark to match the book

  • Photos of London

  • Personalised postcard

Only £35.99

19th edition

This month we visit seventeenth century plague-ridden London and experience the disease from the perspective of a clergymen and his associates.

Journey around the sick city from

St Paul's Covent Garden to Fenchurch Street to Holborn and further afield. This is a tale of pestilence which has, unfortunately, similar parallels to our modern times.

 

You'll find within the book some great maps showing how the plague spread.

 

With a touch of humour even amid the devastation, this book will transport you to a time in history never to be forgotten.

  • The Plague Letters paperback

  • English Tea Shop tea

  • Victoria Eggs London mug

  • Victoria Eggs British shortbread biscuits

  • Mallow & Marsh raspberry chocolate bar

  • An exclusive bookmark

  • Photos inside your book

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Only £35.99

17th edition

Whitechapel in East London, now an up-and-coming area close to the City, was once know as a poor area where working-class families were crammed into filthy and overcrowded slums.

This area, with its dark alleyways and notoriety for violent crimes, was the perfect way to disguise a murder or two. Thus, Jack the Ripper was able to get away with his crimes. But who was he?

There have been many theories and now we have another with this fantastic London read.

 

Come with us back to the time when a wife finds herself full of suspicion towards her new husband. Is he responsible for these violent and vile crimes? Journey back to Victorian London to find out.

  • Paperback, People of Abandoned Character

  • Teapigs tea

  • Joe&Seph's Gourmet Popcorn selection

  • Triple (3) note books of London

  • An exclusive bookmark

  • Photos inside your book

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Only £35.99

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16th edition 

This month's reading journey begins in Streatham, a district in South London. We're off to the only Olympic-sized skating rink in the city!

From there, we visit Brixton and the sights of Greenwich, among other London places in a darkly funny tale of Sybil and her life.

And, of course, we travel on the Northern Line, too.

Join us for a London journey!

 

For more about Greenwich and the royal parks, visit www.royalparks.org

  • Paperback, The Snow and the Works on the Northern Line

  • Caramel hearts from Love Cocoa

  • Hot chocolate from Love Cocoa

  • Shhh...I'm Reading vanilla candle

  • Exclusive bookmark

  • Photos of London

  • Personalised postcard

15th edition

Belgravia is mostly in the City of Westminster, within the boundaries of London. It is to the south west of Buckingham Palace with Hyde Park to the north.

Beginning in 1826 and completed by the 1840s, the area was developed by Thomas Cubitt, a property contractor who built many grand white stucco houses around Belgrave Square and Eaton Square and who is mentioned in the book. The area has always been one of London's most affluent and fashionable residential districts and so it is we begin our grand London reading journey this month with a visit to this upmarket district.

Happy London reading journey.

  • Paperback, Belgravia by Julian Fellowes

  • Bellevuetea tea

  • Panorama riverside booklet

  • Rococo Chocolates truffles

  • A London skyline scene from Dead Good Art

  • An exclusive bookmark

  • Photos inside your book

  • Tea Palace tea

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Only £35.99