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Hi Malcom. I have just put down your book after a few days of solid reading. It feels strange to look out of my window (Bristol) and not see the looming Precambrian mountains in the distance. I'm already planning a fortnight off work to take in all the Geological sights. Many thanks for the inspiration. I'll tread as carefully as I can!
Sun, 5 Jul 2009 - 7:53:36 pm

Ian Mathieson

I came upon your book from a review in Down to Earth. May I say what a joy to read a real geology tale with just the right amount of comment and science. Just one comment- you use Photo and map of Greyfriars church but no acknowledgement to the publisher -Friends of Greyfriars. Regards Ian Mathieson Director Saqqara Geophysical Survey Project (Scotland's archaeological site in Egypt)
Sat, 16 May 2009 - 3:04:42 pm

Chris Darmon, Down to Earth

Malcolm. We produce Down to Earth magazine (10,000 copies quarterly). Urgently looking for a review copy and to stock your book. Can you supply trade prices please? Address for review copy: Geo Supplies Ltd., 49 Station Road, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 2XE. Tel 0114 2455746.
Tue, 13 Jan 2009 - 10:37:57 am


Thanks for producing an excellent book. Been visiting the area for 30 years.Friends have wanted to borrow my copy - they can buy their own! As for windfarms, the less the better. I live in south Lake District and am slowly being surrounded by them,a waste of public money ect.
Thu, 25 Sep 2008 - 9:57:20 am


' 3-6 ft [1-2m] per second' over '20-30 days would seem to me to elevate the liquid from a depth of ten times the 40 miles postulated on P119 but then one or other of us might have been taking more than a dram or two.
Mon, 16 Jun 2008 - 5:49:48 pm