This book may seem a bit off the beaten path for me, but it really isn’t. Given my interest in all things old as well as a latent interest in history, and of my love of imagery, it’s a perfect fit. At $75, it isn’t an inexpensive volume, but the quality both in printing and content make it money well spent, in my opinion. And yes, the author is Phil Collins the singer/musician.
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