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Hidden North Norfolk By Mark Igoe
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Around North Norfolk looking at the unexpected side of this famous area; its less known monuments, its intriguing churches, its pubs and poets, its history and hammer beams, its fonts and folklore,... More > pulpits and priories, famous phantoms, archaeology and more pubs, and linking to over 150 interesting websites. Developed from Hint of Secrecy, of which Simon Knott of the Norfolk Church Site wrote: This wholly excellent book is an account of a journey around north Norfolk by bicycle. As all civilised cyclists should, the journey stops regularly to take in the medieval churches and village pubs, and to stand and ponder the events of the past. Mark Igoe's writing is vivid and engaging, and I can think of no better way to enjoy a virtual tour of God's Own County than in his affable and intelligent company< Less
Rivers of High Norfolk By Mark Igoe
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Rivers of High Norfolk High Norfolk is what the folk of flatter parts of the county call that undulating but inexact area of North Norfolk that is so popular with visitors. Along the banks of its... More > four main streams some extraordinary people have gathered over the centuries, and this little book is to introduce you to some of them; to Aesuminus, for instance, the potter of Brampton, and to Johnson Jex, the scientific anchorite of Letheringsett, from Margaret Paston, the matriarch of the Bure, to Mary Hardy, the diarist of the Glaven. An extraordinary cavalcade of monks and martyrs, blacksmiths and lords, seamen and poets have lived by, worked on, or praised the four lovely rivers of this alluring landscape, The Bure, The Glaven, the Burn and the Stiffkey Rivers.< Less
Hidden North Norfolk By Mark Igoe
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Around North Norfolk looking at the unexpected side of this famous area; its less known monuments, its intriguing churches, its pubs and poets, its history and hammer beams, its fonts and folklore,... More > pulpits and priories, famous phantoms, archaeology and more pubs, and linking to over 150 interesting websites. Developed from Hint of Secrecy, of which Simon Knott of the Norfolk Church Site wrote: This wholly excellent book is an account of a journey around north Norfolk by bicycle. As all civilised cyclists should, the journey stops regularly to take in the medieval churches and village pubs, and to stand and ponder the events of the past. Mark Igoe's writing is vivid and engaging, and I can think of no better way to enjoy a virtual tour of God's Own County than in his affable and intelligent company< Less
The Eastern Pyrenees & Perpignan By Mark Igoe
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A guide to the French department of the Pyrénées-Orientales including information on its history, geography, climate, culture, places of interest, transport, sports and activities,... More > options, famous people and including over 100 websites giving details of its hotels, restaurants, self catering accommodation, cultural calendars, towns and cities. This guide advises where details of accommodation and restaurants may be found on the Internet, so it is always up to date; written by the author of The Sunday Times Buying a Property in France.< Less
The New Hidden North Norfolk By Mark Igoe
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Around North Norfolk looking at the unexpected side of this famous area; its less known monuments, its intriguing churches, its pubs and poets, its history and hammer beams, its fonts and folklore,... More > pulpits and priories, famous phantoms, archaeology and more pubs. Mark Igoe's writing is vivid and engaging, and I can think of no better way to enjoy a virtual tour of God's Own County than in his affable and intelligent company. Simon Knott, Churches of East Anglia< Less
Pedals, Pints & Pulpits By Mark Igoe
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A North Norfolk Bike Ride This little book takes you on a bike ride around the North Norfolk lanes, stopping at their pubs and churches, learning of their history and legends, and meeting some of... More > their interesting folk from the past. There was the eccentric Zurishadai Girdlestone, for instance, the inventive Mr Hase, the literary Bulwer-Lyttons, the letter-writing Pastons, the unfortunate Rev. Davidson, the cruel Major Jermy and the gallant Captain Hoste, the saintly Alfred Jodrel, the fearless Captain Rasmussen, the love-sick James Hackman, the misfortunate Cloudsley Shovell, the pioneering Thomas Cook, John Bacon, Prince of the Averroeists, the musical blacksmith James Cletheroe and the inventive genius, Johnston Jex. They and many more travellers of yore cross our path, in the company of kings, queens and celebrities of every era since Boudica.< Less
The Rivers of Good Portent By Mark Igoe
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Max Frankin is a hard-nosed English businessman who regularly visits the break-away British colony of Rhodesia in the 1970s. An old friend asks him to look after some documents, and so begins... More > Max’s journey into the country’s past, into a period when it had its own empire. He confronts a tale of rulers and traders, kings and missionaries whom he had no idea existed. To his further astonishment the Europeans that stumbled across this land were not British; indeed it was at a time when Britain as a country did not exist. He finds himself following a tale of war and geo-politics, betrayal, gold-lust and murder from the cattle rich highlands of Africa to the Spice Islands of the Orient. He becomes enthralled by a high drama set against the back-drop of the country’s mountains and forest and most of all, its river systems, The Rivers of Good Portent. “A delicious story, deliciously told” - Goodreads< Less

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