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Last Hours on Everest: The gripping story of Mallo&hellip by Graham Hoyland
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mystery solved?, 24 Aug 2013
Well, as near as dammit - at least for me. A mix of unflinching reflection, unfinished family business (Hoyland is Howard Somerwell's nephew), this is a great mix of Everest history and considered analysis, seen through the lens of someone who has spent 20+ yeaars expeditioning including many trips to Everest. Highly recommended!
Jack Taverner by Kane Boyd Cunningham
Jack Taverner by Kane Boyd Cunningham
This is a rollercoaster of a novel - a great holiday read, especially if you're on the North Yorkshire coast. Bad lad fisherman with heart of gold - Jack Taverner - treats the girls mean, pull some stunts and drinks even more pints. Complex story lines come right in the end with a very British seaside adventure style with a bit of EU fishing policy politics thrown in. Enid Blyton for upmarket FHM readers?!

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