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Loch Ness, Nessie and Me Tony Harmsworth

Loch Ness, Nessie and Me

Tony Harmsworth

Published December 26th 2010
ISBN : 9781456380236
Paperback
358 pages
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This book brings the Loch Ness Monster into the twenty-first century. However, this is not a pro or anti Nessie publication. It strips the eighty year old mystery down to its basic components and presents a wholly new slant on the worlds most loved,MoreThis book brings the Loch Ness Monster into the twenty-first century. However, this is not a pro or anti Nessie publication. It strips the eighty year old mystery down to its basic components and presents a wholly new slant on the worlds most loved, and most enduring mystery. Written with authority and a deep understanding of the mystery, the expeditions and the individual researchers, this is the first book to have been penned by a loch-side resident intimately involved in presenting the subject to the public for three decades. For anyone who wants to get to the truth about Loch Ness, this book is essential reading. However, It has more to offer than just the monster. Within its pages we discover how the Loch Ness Centre was conceived and created, and how this changed the lives of the author and his wife. Success and failure are treated equally and the authors relationship with the researchers, the local businesses and even the black Benedictine monks is explained with great humour and pathos. This is a GEOGRAPHY of the worlds most famous body of freshwater, the BIOGRAPHY of the most endearing monster of our time and the AUTOBIOGRAPHY of the best known commentator. All of this makes the book a most delightful and exciting read whether or not there be a Nessie in the great depths of Loch Ness. Review: A fascinating book that caught my attention immediately. You can see that Tony has spent many years correlating the historical and geological information. Not only does this book approach the subject from a scientific stance, but also incorporates local mythology. The painstaking research Tony has provided in regards investigation and research into the mysteries of the Loch and its possible residents is also a delightful and informative read. One of the best books I have ever read on the subject of Loch Ness and of course... Nessie. WELL WORTH A READ! STEVE MERA - EDITOR PHENOMENA MAGAZINE