Only in Paris by Duncan J. D. Smith takes the intrepid visitor in search of ancient ruins, underground worlds, eccentric museums, idiosyncratic shops, hidden communities, and unusual places of worship.
Duncan's biographies of forgotten British travellers, who abandoned 'normal' living and undertook intrepid journeys during the 1920s and 30s, before war changed the world and extinguished their memory.
Yorkshire: A Portrait in Colour - Duncan's words-and-pictures portrait of his home county has been in print for over fifteen years. Beautifully printed in hardback format it is now available for just £4.95.
Revealing the history of civilisation through journeys off the beaten track
"Duncan is the thinking man’s exploratory investigator. He takes you to strange places, certainly, but more importantly his talented writing inspires you to consider what’s on offer long after you’ve closed the cover on any of his fine books." (CuChullaine O‘Reilly - The Explorers' Club)
"One has the sense of a man who has conducted impeccable research but still contrives to arrive with an open mind. That’s a rare touch." (Hidden Europe)