Norwich is a city that has seen it all. Its citizens have been murdered with poisoned dumplings, royalty and rogues have walked the same cobbled streets, and rioters have mustered outside its city gates.
Quirky details and local anecdotes abound as this jam-packed compendium explores the UK's most easterly city, from its earliest origins to the present day.
Looking at conflicts, sports, entertainment, traditions and all that makes Norwich special, this book will entertain and enthrall all those looking for some frivolous facts about this marvellous city.
Neil R. Storey is one of Norfolk s foremost historians. A graduate of the University of East Anglia, he is a professional historian, lecturer, and author of more than 30 books, including "The Little Book of Great Britain "and "The Little Book of Norfolk.""