Book Review: Tragic Shores by Thomas H Cook

Book Review: Tragic Shores by Thomas H Cook

Tragic Shores is the first non-fiction title by Thomas H Cook, a prolific crime and suspense novelist. It is a travel memoir with a difference, an account of the author’s visits to “dark places”, places where sometimes unimaginable levels of human brutality and...

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Layers of History at Seville’s Metropol Parasol

What would you do if you were digging the foundations for a new car park and you came across something unexpected? We all heard the furore when the remains of a long lost king were found in England last year, but something similar happened when construction workers in...

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Bizarre street signs

Some years ago, when visiting Copenhagen, I came upon an exhibition of bizarre street signs. These are supposedly all genuine signs that have been in use in various parts of the world.   It's always advisable to keep the hand brake on when there are crocodiles about!...

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Searching for the Breamore Mizmaze

In my quest to visit all the remaining English turf mazes, I set out on a cold and drizzly afternoon to the tiny village of Breamore (a few miles from Salisbury) to find the Mizmaze on Breamore Down. Although the maze was clearly marked on my map, it was not easy to...

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