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By Ruth Eastham
Who are the phantom girls? What do they want with Aidan? The Warrior in the Mist is the latest novel from Ruth Eastham, award-winning author of The Memory Cage and The Messenger Bird.
Killer Storm is the third and final book in the Everest Files trilogy from acclaimed YA author Matt Dickinson. A terror attack at Everest Base Camp. Ryan and his friends are taken hostage. The scene is set for the ultimate Everest adventure.
By Sim Benson
Day Walks in Devon by Jen and Sim Benson features 20 circular routes, between 8.8 and 17.6 miles, suitable for hillwalkers of all abilities, split into five areas: North Devon and Exmoor, Torridge and West Devon, Mid and East Devon, Dartmoor, and South Devon and the South Hams. Features Ordnance...
By Judy Mills
Day Walks in the Cotswolds features 20 circular routes, between 7.1 and 12.6 miles 11.5km and 20.2km, suitable for hillwalkers of all abilities. Local author Judy Mills shares her favourite walks in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty AONB. Features Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps, easy-to-follow directions, and local information.
By Ruth Eastham
Ruth Eastham's middle-grade novel The Memory Cage - shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize - is a transfixing story about adoption, Alzheimer's, the strength of the relationships within families through testing times, and the effects our memories have on how we live the rest of our lives.
To celebrate Britain's first and arguably most beautiful national park, supporters of Friends of the Peak District have devised a 190-mile walking route around its entire boundary. Peak District Boundary Walk includes a detailed route description, Ordnance Survey 1:25,000-scale maps and information about places of interest and local facilities.
By Chris Craggs
This is the second Rockfax guidebook to this spectacular and beautiful area, the first 2008 volume won the Banff Guidebook of the Year Award and put Lofoten very much on the map. Fully updated and for the first time including coverage of the astounding set of peaks around the Stetind...
By Hugh Norton
In Norton of Everest, Hugh Norton has written sensitively and knowledgably about his father's remarkable life as pioneering mountaineer, soldier, naturalist, artist and family man. As on Everest, the real story is not the death of the gallant, but the heroics of the quiet survivors like E.F. Norton.