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Something Out There

Biography / Memoir
By: Jim Crumley
128 pages, B/w photos
Something Out There
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  • Something Out There ISBN: 9781870325042 Paperback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Account of Crumley's quest to rediscover something of the ancient bond between man and nature, told in prose.

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Jim Crumley is a nature writer with almost 20 books to his name, mostly on the landscape and wildlife of Scotland. He is renowned for his style: passionate, inspiring, visionary, sensitive, moody, work of his should be missed. He is also a columnist and presenter of radio programmes.
Biography / Memoir
By: Jim Crumley
128 pages, B/w photos
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'...Jim Crumley, the best nature writer now working in Great Britain...' David Craig in the Los Angeles Times Book Review
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