Review of “The Compleat Trespasser”

I was very pleased at the review of my book “The Compleat Trespasser” in the latest issue of “Walk” magazine. This slightly different version of the review appeared on their website.

“On a vagabonding tour through Britain’s most delightful countryside and forbidden tracts, Bainbridge charts the history of access and assesses the present state of the law. Villainous landowners feature; so do the likes of GHB Ward and CEM Joad, calling at rallies for access to mountain and moor. Gamekeepers, spring-guns and mass trespasses also get a look-in. Redolent of country air, with nature and archaeology dealt with in graphic style, the book evokes the age of campaigns before words like ‘stakeholder’ and ‘partnership’ were hatched out. The author lends his support to the England Coast Path campaign and calls for the Scottish access model to be extended throughout Britain. It’s thought-provoking stuff and well worth a read.” Eugene Suggett

The book is now available in paperback and on eBook readers such as Kindle, Kobo and Nook so please do click on the link below to take a look, read extracts or to order.CompleatTrespasser Cover

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Compleat-Trespasser-John-Bainbridge-ebook/dp/B00CCQYAMO/ref=sr_1_9?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1441034774&sr=1-9&keywords=john+bainbridge

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