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Swimming with Seals

By: Victoria Whitworth(Author)
208 pages
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Swimming with Seals
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An inspiring book about intense physical and personal experience. Victoria Whitworth began swimming in the cold waters of Orkney as a means of temporary escape from a failing marriage, a stifling religious environment and a series of health problems. Over four years, her encounters with the sea and all its weathers, the friendships she made, the wild creatures she encountered, combined to transform her life. Swimming with Seals is a love letter, to the beach where she swims regularly and its microcosmic world, to the ever-changing cold waters where the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, and to the seals, her constant companions.

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Victoria Whitworth is a historian and bestselling author of The Bone Thief, The Traitors' Pit and Daughter of the Wolf. She lives on a smallholding in Orkney, where she writes full time.

By: Victoria Whitworth(Author)
208 pages
Publisher: Head of Zeus
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