"Sandys of Ombersley: fragments no. 1"

AP writes: “This beautifully presented book throws light on the life of a key player in the politics of the middle of the eighteenth century. It’s a story of the rise to power – as Chancellor of the Exchequer – of a Worcestershire gentleman whose fine house still sits in the attractive village of Ombersley. Mr Davis’s research and photography do full justice to the man.”