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The Bafut Beagles by Gerald Durrell
Travel to the wilds of Cameroon with the conservationist whose work inspired Masterpiece production The Durrells in Corfu on public television. In 1949, Gerald Durrell embarks with fellow zoologist Kenneth Smith on an expedition to collect rare animals in the British Cameroons in West Central Africa. Th ...Show more
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt
Presents a true story of intrigue, murder, forgery and eccentricity set in the steamy, surreal atmosphere of Savannah, Georgia. This book brings the unpredictable twists and turns of a murder case that are interwoven with a first-person account of life in this isolated remnant of the Old South.
With the Kama Sutra Under My Arm by Trisha, Bernard
Having been left for another, Trisha decides that the best way to nurse her broken heart is to escape to India, armed with a copy of the Kama Sutra with its promise to teach her how to seduce a new lover, train a hawk (to carry love letters, of course!), furnish a house seductively, and seduce other wom ...Show more
The Australian Adventure Atlas by Lee Atkinson
State by sate, region by region and at over 500 full-colour pages, this is a guide to adventures, activities and action in Australian outdoors. It highlights the adventure and each of the 41 regions has their own sections. It also features an introduction of the main centres of each region with historic ...Show more
Lonely Planet Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (8th Edition) by Rowthorn, Chris
At the crossroads of Asia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei offer a travel experience unlike any other.
Literary Landscape of the British Isles - A Narrative Atlas by David Daiches; John Flower