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Heather Dawe’s fine review of It’s a Hill, Get Over It for Outdoor Times

Posted by RLD on 3rd April 2014

Artist, cyclist, runner, climber and author Heather Dawes has contributed this highly intelligent review of Steve Chilton’s now classic It’s…

Heck of a Guy reviews A Broken Hallelujah by Liel Leibovitz

Posted by RLD on 31st March 2014

Liel Leibovitz’s A Broken Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen’s secret chord has received this excellent and warm review from

‘Fast and light’. The London Mountaineer reviews Higher Ground

Posted by RLD on 11th March 2014

The London Mountaineer is first to publish a review of Martin Moran’s Higher Ground: a mountain guide’s life. The review is signed simply BM, but BM knows the hills and…

‘We are about to be treated to another classic series’ - Bay Magazine

Posted by RLD on 26th February 2014

Bay Magazine, February 2014

When you review crime fiction from around the world, the one region you cannot possibly ignore is Scandinavia. Swedish and Norwegian authors in particular have proved…

‘Not a wasted page’ WoWasis Travel Blog raves about Ron McMillan’s Yin Yang Tattoo

Posted by RLD on 1st February 2014

Ron McMillan’s 2010 Asian crime novel, Yin Yang Tattoo, has just received this rave review on the WoWasis Travel Blog.

Probably because Thailand is such a…