Books by Publisher: ELAND

    Hampshire

    By Alastair Langlands

    Paperback £10.25

    Those who know the downs and chalk streams of Hampshire are quietly fortunate but rarely boastful. So it is fascinating to rediscover this home county, on the eastern edge of Wessex, as a place of extraordinary richness.

    Travels in a Dervish Cloak

    By Wilkinson

    Hardback £14.43

    What has been lacking is Travels in a Dervish Cloak, an affectionate, hashish-scented travel book, full of humour and delight, written by a young Irish foreign correspondent living on his wits, on the contacts from his grandmother s address book and with a kidney given to him by his brother.

    Ride to Khiva

    By Fred Burnaby

    Paperback £10.25

    On Persephone's Island

    By Mary Taylore Simeti

    Paperback £10.25

    In Sicily

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    A loving take on an extraordinary island, based on Norman Lewis's sixty-year fascination with all things Sicilian. Dedicated to a Sicilian journalist killed by a Mafia bomb, Lewis rarely lets us forget the presence of organized crime. We benefit from his friendships with policemen, journalists, and common people. Moreover, he...

    Ethiopia: Through Writers\' Eyes

    By Yves Stranger

    Paperback Save £3.54 = £11.45

    Empire of the East: Travels in Indonesia

    By Norman Lewis

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    Norman Lewis was eighty-three years old when in 1991 he embarked on a series of three arduous journeys into the most contentious corners of Indonesia: into the extreme western edge of Sumatra, into East Timor and Irian Jaya. He never drops his guard, reporting only on what he can observe,...

    Voices of the Old Sea

    By Norman Lewis

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    Describes the Costa Brava, a place where men regulated their lives by the sardine shoals of spring and autumn and the tuna fishing of summer, and where women kept goats and gardens, arranged marriages and made ends meet.

    A Time in Arabia: Living in Yemen\'s Hadhramant in the 1930s

    By Doreen Ingrams

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    Doreen Ingrams and her husband were the first Europeans ever to live in the Hadhramaut, an extraordinary, isolated region of southern Arabia. Married to an Arabic-speaking British official, she arrived by boat, and during their ten-year residency travelled throughout the region by camel and donkey. This book tells her story.

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