BENTLEY, James. British, b. 1937. Genres: History, Inspirational/Motivational Literature, Adult non-fiction, Travel/Exploration. Career: Thames & Hudson, London, England, travel writer. Publications: Ritualism and Politics in Victorian Britain: The Attempt to Legislate for Belief, 1978; Cry for God: The Survival and Mission of the British Churches, 1978; Between Marx and Christ: The Dialogue in German-speaking Europe, 1870-1970, 1982; (Reteller) Children's Bible, 1983; (with W. Rodwell) Our Christian Heritage, 1984; Martin Neimöller, 1892-1984, 1984; Restless Bones: The Story of Relics, 1985; A Guide to the Dordogne, 1986; Secrets of Mount Sinai: The Story of the World's Oldest Bible-Codex Sinaiticus, 1986; A Calendar of Saints: The Lives of the Principal Saints of the Christian Year, 1986; Life and Food in the Dordogne, 1987; A Guide to Tuscany, 1987; Languedoc, 1987; The Rhine, 1989; Albert Schweitzer: The Doctor Who Gave Up a Brilliant Career to Serve the People of Africa, 1989; Dare to Be Wise: A History of the Manchester Grammar School, 1990; Alsace, 1990; (with P. Lantier) Albert Schweitzer: The Doctor Who Devoted His Life to Africa's Sick, 1991; Albert Schweitzer: The Enigma, 1992; A Guide to Eastern Germany, 1993; Fort Towns of France: The Bastides of the Dordogne & Aquitaine, 1993; The Most Beautiful Villages of Tuscany, 1995; The Most Beautiful Villages of the Dordogne, 1996; To Live in France, 1997; The Most Beautiful Villages of Burgundy, 1998; The Most Beautiful Villages of England, 1999; The Most Beautiful Villages of Brittany, 1999; The Most Beautiful Villages of the Loire, 2001; The Most Beautiful Country Towns of Tuscany, 2001. EDITOR: Some Corner of a Foreign Field: Poetry of the Great War, 1992; The Tongues of Men & of Angels: Inspirational Poetry & Prose from the Renaissance to the Restoration, 1996. Address: Turnac, 24250 Domme, France.