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The Rediscovery of Glastonbury – Frederick Bligh Bond, Architect of the New Age by Tim Hopkinson-Ball

Publisher: Sutton Publishing, 2007
Hardback with Dust-jacket, pp.236

Condition: Fine (inscribed by the author)

If you like quirky biographies, if you like human interest and controversy, and if you like lemur loving architects, then this is undoubtedly the book for you! Over the years Bligh Bond’s story has caught the imagination of people of differing ages, backgrounds and interests, for it contains a fascinating mix of history, archaeology, psychology, parapsychology, alternative spirituality and the `occult’.

£27.50

1 in stock

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Weight .562 kg

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