Richard John Cooke
The mystery of what lies beneath deep waters has forever attracted human imagination. The creation of Haweswater reservoir tragically changed forever a tranquil backwater in Lakeland into a vast sheet of cold impersonal water. Mardale Mysteries tells the story of this loss from a very first involvement when imagination told of church bells tolling beneath the deep waters to an intriguing walk back in time as the drought periods took place.
Andrew May Publishing
Paperback; 228 x 150mm
Black and white illustrations throughout
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