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simon3
2021-10-27 15:03:42
Reviewer(s) wanted: Books on the Munros.
MountainViews are being asked if we are interested in reviewing these books:

1 The Munros A History by Andrew Dempster published by Luath Press
ISBN:978-1-910022-58-0

2 The Munros Rab Anderson and Tom Prentice
Most recent (fourth edition) published 2021 Scottish Mountaineering Club
ISBN:978-1-907233-38-8.

Should you be interested and feel yourself qualified, please put your name forward to

admin@mountainviews.ie

We would consider someone reviewing both or two people reviewing one each.
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