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Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 10am - 4pm
Wednesday - 10am - 4pm
Thursday - 10am - 4pm
Friday - 10am - 4pm
Saturday - 10am - 5pm
Sunday - Closed

Closed in January and for very occasional days throughout the year - if you're making a special journey please contact us ahead of your trip to check.    

Come & visit us in historic Banbury's town centre
Books & Ink Bookshop, 4 White Lion Walk, Banbury, Oxon OX16 5UD   
Tel. (01295) 709769  Email. books@booksandink.co.uk
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Book Reviews

Past Book Reviews, published in the Four Shires

If you are the author or publisher of a book that you would like us to consider for review, please do send us a review copy, together with any additional promotional information. Our address is Books & Ink Bookshop, 4 White Lion Walk, Banbury OX16 5UD.

February 2008
Featuring 'Lark Rise to Candleford'; 'Henley-on-Thames: a History' by David Whitehead; The Good Pub Guide 2008; a book charting the history of Wellesbourne by Peter Bolton, & more.

March 2008
Reviews include 'The Natural Gardener' by Hook Norton author, Val Bourne; a guide book all about Deddington; 'Georgette Heyer's Regency World' by Jennifer Kloester.

April 2008
'Dorchester Abbey'; 'Inns and Pubs of the Cotswolds'; the diary of a poor Woodstock family in 1900; recipes from The Bucher's Arms in Priors Hardwick; and a first novel set in Iran.

May 2008
'A Mile of River' by Judith Allnatt; 'BB's Birds'; rural poems in aid of leukaemia research; and a history of the Verneys by Adrian Tinniswood.

June 2008
'Your Own Allotment' by Neil Russell-Jones; 'Cottisford Revisited'; 'Grizzy Dad' for young children; and a selection of books with a supernatural theme.

July 2008
'The Oxford Guide to Literary Britain & Ireland'; a study of Woodstock probate records; a collection of poetry & prose quotes for gardeners; and a book all about growing from seeds.

August 2008
'Local Flavours' 2008 guide to food suppliers; 'Narrowboat Dreams' by Steve Haywood; a guide to European follies; 'Lewis Carroll in Numberland'; and a dinosaur children's story.

September 2008
'George - A 20th Century Miniature'; 'How Many Socks Make a Pair?'; Pam Ayres' poetry; 100 iconic English gardens portrayed; and 'Voices from the Front Line'.







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