Summit Fever: The Story of an Armchair Climber on the 1984 Mustagh Tower Expedition
1st ed. Fine in Near Fine dj with a light crease in the front flap. N° de réf. du libraire 106798
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A propos de l'auteur: Andrew Greig was born and brought up in Scotland. He has published many collections of poetry, including Men on Ice (Canongate) and two novels, Electric Brae (Canongate), which was short-listed for the MacVitie's Prize and received a Scottish Arts Council Award, and The Return of John MacNab (Headline), which topped the Scottish best-seller list in 1996. He took part in a number of Himalayan expeditions and from his experiences wrote Summit Fever (Hutchinson) and Kingdoms of Experience (Hutchinson).
Titre : Summit Fever: The Story of an Armchair ...
Éditeur : Hutchinson, United Kingdom
Date d'édition : 1985
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Fine
Etat de la jaquette : Near Fine
Edition : 1st Ed.
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