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Deeper Than Indigo  **signed first edition**
code: FE170132
Deeper Than Indigo **signed first edition**
£30.00

Balfour Paul, Jenny

Deeper than Indigo

Surbiton, Medina Publishing, 2015

First edition. Fine in Fine loosely protected dust jacket.

Signed by the author to the title page.

"The author's quest begins when the word indigo draws her to the journals now in the British Library of forgotten Victorian explorer, Thomas Machell.  She finds her life to have striking echoes of his, not least travels to and within India, a career in indigo and a passion for journal writing".

What Am I Doing Here  **first edition**
code: FE704
What Am I Doing Here **first edition**
£10.00

Chatwin, Bruce

What Am I Doing Here?

London, Jonathan Cape, 1989

Very Good (slight lean) in Fine dustjacket.

Described as "the travel writer of his generation" by Peter Levi, these essays contain some extraordinary adventures and encounters.

Nine Lives. In Search of the Sacred in Modern India  **signed first edition
code: FE131204
Nine Lives. In Search of the Sacred in Modern India **signed first edition""
£50.00

Dalrymple, William

Nine Lives. In Search of the Sacred in Modern India

London, Bloomsbury, 2009

First edition, first printing.  Fine in Fine dustjacket.

Signed by the author to the title page.

The Broken Road.  From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos.  **first edition**
code: FE13911
The Broken Road. From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos. **first edition**
£32.00

Leigh Fermor, Patrick (ed. Colin Thubron and Artemis Cooper)

The Broken Road.  From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos

London, John Murray, 2013.

First edition, first printing.  Fine in Fine protected dust jacket.

This is the final, much anticipated, volume of the travel writer's trilogy  - following A Time of Gifts and Between The Woods and The Water.  Patrick Leigh Fermor was working on the drafts of this book until shortly before his death, and two of his literary executors, Colin Thubron and Artemis Cooper, worked together from the two existing texts to complete the book.   Small print run (reprinted before publication).

Brian Cooks Landscapes of Britain (small format)  **first edition**
code: FE50512
Brian Cook's Landscapes of Britain (small format) **first edition**
£8.00

Master, Simon, introduction by

Brian Cook's Landscapes of Britain

London, Batsford, 2012

Original material taken from "The Britain of Brian Cook", published by Batsford in 1987, including the Foreword by Sir Hugh Casson.

Small format. Fine in illustrated boards without dustjacket as issued.

(Simon Master is Brian Cook's son-in-law)

 

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