“AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker
“AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker
We are excited to publish 'As Darkness Falls- Foxes by Jonathan Walker', a book of over 100 images of some of his finest drawings, sketches and paintings.   We are currently offering free postage on orders of 'As Darkness Falls', for a limited time online. Format: Hardback, Portrait 24cm x 30cm Pages: 112 Colour pages
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The Last Broomsquire by Martin Hesp
The Last Broomsquire by Martin Hesp
The Last Broomsquire takes the very real events surrounding the 18th century story about the hanging of John Walford and weaves it into a multidimensional Quantock novel - a tale of passion, brutality, adventure and romance. Here we meet not only the broomsquire, but the romantic poets Coleridge and Wordsworth, the enlightened tanner Tom Poole, and the eccentric landowner Andrew Crosse, whose electrical experiments inspired Mary Shelley to write Frankenstein. The author skilfully brings the Quantock landscape alive with his ripping yarn, a tapestry embellished with beautiful women, family feuds and sudden death, as well as mud horse fishermen, shady smugglers, laudanum, cider and excise men. Rarely has a single location played host to such a string of remarkable events.   Paperback, 240 Pages. Cover illustration by Sue Onley spacer

About the Author

Martin Hesp is a well known journalist and broadcaster who grew up in the shadow of the Quantocks. This is his first novel.
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Last Best Hiding Place by Tim Richmond
Last Best Hiding Place by Tim Richmond
Deserted streets with beer cans blowing down the road…a cowboy washing his shirts…a train on its way into a million acres of emptiness…a Vietnam vet who lost twenty years of recent memory…a whole town for sale…meth warnings…a tattooed waitress in neon light. All of these inhabit the Last Best Hiding Place. Places, like people can seem alone, filled with melancholy. “Tim Richmond’s American West – depicted in Last Best Hiding Place – can be placed anywhere onto the continuum that has the myth at one end and the artist’s unique vision at the other end. It’s a place filled with characters and locations that manage to be specific and completely generic at the same time, with a rough, somewhat hurt, tenderness underneath. I can’t help but think that the photographer is very much aware of what he is taking pictures of, given there appears to be a balancing act at play: Every stereotype is depicted, to be subverted right away or elsewhere”. - Jörg Colberg After the death of his wife in 2008, internationally acclaimed photographer Tim Richmond turned his attention to exploring long-term projects, having worked for over 20 years for major publications that include L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Telegraph Magazine, Port, World of Interiors, and Nowness. Last Best Hiding Place (2007-2014) is Richmond’s personal and contemporary odyssey through a landscape of filmic references in the American West, revealing stories true or imagined. Author: Tim Richmond, Jörg Colberg Cloth Hardcover, 144 pages, 65 colour plates spacer_large    
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