ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: February 1, 2019
Perth & Kinross: A Pocket Miscellany
Perth & Kinross – A Pocket Miscellany embraces a wide variety of subjects, from the obscure to the famous – and the infamous.
Castles, dragons, film locations, whisky, curling, wildlife, poetry, and much more. The perfect read for locals and visitors, it will also delight anyone with an interest in Scotland and Scottish history.
After 20 years of writing general interest articles on a wide variety of subjects, and editing a wildlife magazine when living abroad, Trish Colton retired 14 years ago and began to write books. Most were about local history but two were about her pet chickens. Perth & Kinross – A Pocket Miscellany is her eighth and another is in the pipeline.
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