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The author, ‘Britain’s foremost wildlife detective’, analyses wildlife crimes and incidents occurring right across the UK: crimes of cruelty against foxes, hares and badgers. The main part of the book analyses crime associated with game management, especially that relating to intensive driven grouse shooting.
Owen O'Neill is a prolific writer and a tireless performer of his own work - dramatically accomplished, emotionally charged and very, very funny.
He's got a darker side too, but what underscores his work is a deeply poetic spirit which shines through in Licking the Matchbox, his latest collection of poems and stories.
The twenty walking routes in this illustrated guide to Raasay explore the spectacular scenery of this special island. Following tracks through forests, along rocky coastlines and up on to the summits of Dun Caan and nearby hills, walkers can enjoy some of the best views available in Scotland’s western seaboard.
Murdo Munro works in the forests of an island on the West Coast of Scotland. Although long inured to the coldness of his marriage, it is on the wedding day of his daughter that he finally decides to take action.