'These human-scale books, written and published by people who genuinely know and love their subject, are perfect for travel's post-pandemic recovery.'
 — The Guardian, March 2021

Deborah Manley

Deborah Manley has lived in India, Canada, Austria and Nigeria.

She worked as an editor of education books and has compiled anthologies on Malta, the Nile and the Trans-Siberian Railway. She is the co-author of the biography of the early 19th century traveller and diplomat, Henry Salt, and has also written articles for the Guinness Book of Records 1492: The World Five Hundred Years Ago.

She now lives in Oxford.

Books by Deborah Manley: