Churches in the Landscape, by Richard Morris, published 1989 by J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd.
"The parish churches of England are a vital part of our heritage, demanding to be seen not only in terms of architecture but as institutions, as places of worship within the pattern of settlement, with a role in the history and worship of the community. Richard Morris, a leading authority on the subject, examines the church for the first time not as an isolated phenomenon but in an integrated way. Taking a broadly chronological approach, he combines evidence from the relevant sources - archaeological, documentary, liturgical, architectural - to give a picture of how churches developed from the time of St Augustine of Canterbury to the present." - from the blurb
The book includes numerous illustrations, and several monochrome photo plates.
Condition is good, with creasing along the spine, and annotation on the FFEP.