About this book
Tells the story of London since the thirties, through the 28 streets and stations of the Monopoly board. Tim Moore is the author of "French Revolutions", which sold 27,000 copies in trade paperback. "An ideal balance of travel, anecdote and dry wit" "Independent On Sunday".
Tells the story of a game and the city that frames it. Sampling the rags and the riches, the author reveals how Pall Mall got its name, which three addresses you won't find in your A-Z and why the sorry cul-de-sac that is Vine Street has a special place in the heart of Britain's most successful Monopoly champion.