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  • The White Rockby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; US$ 28.18

    One man goes in search of the lost cities of the Amazon in the Inca heartland.The lost cities of South America have always exercised a powerful hold on the popular imagination. The ruins of the Incas and other pre-Colombian civilisations are scattered over thousands of miles of still largely uncharted territory, particularly in the Eastern Andes, where... more...

  • Cochineal Redby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; US$ 26.30

    Peru wears its ancient cultures wrapped around in layers, like one of the mummified bodies so well preserved by the nitrates of its deserts. After his acclaimed book on the Incas, The White Rock, Hugh Thomson unwraps those layers to show how civilisation emerged so early and so spectacularly in this toughest and most arid of terrains. Many of the extraordinary... more...

  • Tequila Oilby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2009; US$ 23.48

    An account of Hugh Thomson's first wild adventure in Mexico, which ignited his love for Latin America, and of his subsequent exploration of the country, its people and its history. more...

  • Nanda Deviby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; US$ 23.48

    Until 1934 the Nanda Devi Sanctuary had never been visited by human beings. Surrounded by 20,000 foot peaks which effectively seal off the mountain at their centre it is virtually impenetrable. But in 1934 Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman solved the problem in the first of their great Himalayan expeditions by forcing a way up the river gorge. The onset... more...

  • Cochineal Redby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; Not Available

    Peru wears its ancient cultures wrapped around in layers, like one of the mummified bodies so well preserved by the nitrates of its deserts. After his acclaimed book on the Incas, The White Rock, Hugh Thomson unwraps those layers to show how civilisation emerged so early and so spectacularly in this toughest and most arid of terrains. Many of the extraordinary... more...

  • Tequila Oilby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2009; Not Available

    An account of Hugh Thomson's first wild adventure in Mexico, which ignited his love for Latin America, and of his subsequent exploration of the country, its people and its history. more...

  • The White Rockby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; Not Available

    One man goes in search of the lost cities of the Amazon in the Inca heartland.The lost cities of South America have always exercised a powerful hold on the popular imagination. The ruins of the Incas and other pre-Colombian civilisations are scattered over thousands of miles of still largely uncharted territory, particularly in the Eastern Andes, where... more...

  • Nanda Deviby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; Not Available

    Until 1934 the Nanda Devi Sanctuary had never been visited by human beings. Surrounded by 20,000 foot peaks which effectively seal off the mountain at their centre it is virtually impenetrable. But in 1934 Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman solved the problem in the first of their great Himalayan expeditions by forcing a way up the river gorge. The onset... more...

  • The Green Road Into The Treesby Hugh Thomson

    Random House 2012; US$ 14.54

    In the past, Hugh Thomson has written acclaimed books about Peru, Mexico and the Indian Himalaya. Now he returns to the most exotic and foreign country of them all - his own. Walking right across England, along ancient trackways and green grass roads, Hugh explores the way the country was and the way it is today: the legends, literature... more...

  • White Rockby Hugh Thomson

    Overlook 2003; US$ 13.99

    More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA more...