Tag Archives: Book Reviews

The Lost Villages- Reprint

A book I read many years ago, The Lost Villages by Hugh Lucas, Eddie Devlin and John Reilly, has been reissued after many years out of print. It is a fascinating collection of reminisces about the now long gone villages … Continue reading

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The Sunlit Summit- Robin Lloyd Jones

I first became aware of WH “Bill” Murray around about the time of the release of his final book, The Evidence Of Things Not Seen, where he looked back over some of the stand out points in his life. Completed … Continue reading

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Ramble On- Sinclair McKay

Ramble On tells the story of outdoor access (specifically walking) through a series of journeys, through not only the landscape of the British Isles, but through literature and popular culture. The works of Wordsworth and Keats sit side by side … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cairngorm John

For most of us a trip to the mountains is, on reflection, an uneventful affair. I’d go as far as to say routine in many cases, the trip there, the walk or climb, a local pub, and the journey home. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cairngorm Gateway

While many of us who visit or pass through the Cairngorm area are familiar with the hills, lochs and mountains, we perhaps know less about the history of the area than we should. This book, by local writer Dr Ann … Continue reading

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