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Michael McNay

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Michael McNay worked for the Guardian for some 37 years during which he wrote and edited features, was northern art critic and, on transferring to the London office, arts editor writing frequently on fine art and cinema. Later he edited the opinion and analysis page and was closely involved in the newspaper's redesign. He is now a freelance writer.

Books by Michael McNay

Hidden Treasures of London

The secret history of London, as told by some of its less familiar sights: from Aeroville, Hendon to the zodiacal clock of Bracken House, and from Alexander Pope's grotto to the ruined Epstein sculptures of Zimbabwe House.

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