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Book reviews — December 2020

'Greenwich Peninsula — Greenwich Marsh: History of an industrial heartland', by Mary Mills
ISBN-13: 979-8669957155. Paperback: 232 pages
Greenwich Peninsula - Greenwich Marsh: History of an industrial heartland

Mary says her new book is available for ₤10 from Amazon. What is now the Greenwich Peninsula was once Greenwich Marsh and then a heavily industrialised area. This book follows the history of the Marsh and its industries and updates the author's past works with the radical changes of the past twenty years.

It is a hefty volume, A5 size with 232 pages packed full of text. There is a great deal of meat here. The book has an extensive index and a further reading section as well as notes and references. You certainly get plenty of words for your money.


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