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Our author Alex Schwab has a new YouTube channel - Philosofish

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Our author Alex Schwab has a new YouTube channel - Philosofish

Fish Feel Pain is a book that is making waves! The author, Alex Schwab, puts the widely accepted dogma under the scientific, social and philosophical microscope. And its findings challenge the whole premise that fish feel pain. Here, he has a new YouTube channel sharing his thoughts. 

Visit Alex's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@philosofish1

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Books about horses; from the race track to the tack rooms, covering poetry and memoirs!

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Books about horses; from the race track to the tack rooms, covering poetry and memoirs!

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Something special is on the way... A super deluxe edition of a book on the Klinkhamer!

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Something special is on the way... A super deluxe edition of a book on the Klinkhamer!
A preview of a special project we are working on with Hnas van Klinken and Ludlow Bookbinders. 

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A great book by the brilliant horseracing journalist David Ashforth

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A great book by the brilliant horseracing journalist David Ashforth
A great book by the brilliant horseracing journalist David Ashforth. The book is made up of short chapters covering the horses, trainers, jockeys, owners and people that make the 'Sport of Kings' so unique.

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A review of End Peg by Peter May by the brilliant Dom Garnett

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A review of End Peg by Peter May by the brilliant Dom Garnett
End Peg is superbly readable from the get-go. Divided into bite-sized chapters that can be read in one sitting, it takes the reader into the world of the keen amateur club and match angler. This is not competitive angling in the sense of next-level detail or headline events, but the far more relatable world of smaller competitions across rivers, lakes and canals. Even if you are not a match fisher, however, this is entertaining enough to appeal. In fact, even if you merely live with an angler, pondering their strange habits and the foul things they sneak into the fridge, it will get plenty of knowing laughs.

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