Merlin Magic – black & white illustrated version now available

When three people decide to live in Brittany for a month on a boat the size of a small wardrobe – a wardrobe which can barely accommodate two – the plan has certain obvious flaws, not the least of which being that they have neglected to inform the maritime museum (in which they plan to stay) of their plans… Moreover Dave, who will set off into the Breton countryside for two weeks while Ceci joins me on Merlin, decides to leave his waterproof hiking boots behind in Captain Haddock (“because it’s summer”). This is not a good decision…
This book is now available as a paperback edition with black & white illustrations, thus making it considerably cheaper than the edition with colour illustrations and only slightly more expensive than the Amazon Kindle edition without illustrations. It is perhaps worth pointing out that I receive less than £1.00 for each book sold whatever the edition, the remainder going to the publisher. Such is the penurious life of an author…


Author: Richard Lindsay

Having worked for 20 years in the UK statutory nature conservation agencies as Peatland Specialist in the Chief Scientist Team, I then moved to the University of East London where I ran the nature conservation degrees for several years. Now I mainly undertake research and support peatland conservation activities, including the IUCN UK Peatland Programme, within UEL's Sustainability Research Institute. I also paint.

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