|Loch Ness Monster, Nessie & Me by Tony Harmsworth is the first comprehensive Loch Ness
book for more than a decade. It exposes fakes, hoaxes and pseudoscience and
shows how the story grew from an interesting local story into the most famous
mystery of the twentieth century. Whether or not you believe in the mystery, how
that mystery grew from humble beginnings to world fame is a fascinating story in
its own right and this book explains all.
However, it contains more than just the monster. It is a GEOGRAPHY of Loch Ness; the BIOGRAPHY of the world's favourite monster and the AUTOBIOGRAPHY of the best known Loch Ness commentator.
A SUPERB READ FROM BEGINNING TO END! Click this link to hear the author reading the book.
LOCH NESS & HISTORY GUIDE BOOK
|A monochrome publication running to 32 pages telling the Loch Ness Story and covering much of the history of Scotland in a simple and understandable manner. This booklet is available in Cantonese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin & Spanish. £3.00 (GBP) including postage UK; £3.50 (GBP) including postage worldwide.|
NESSIE HUNT AWARD WINNING BOARD GAME
|A lavishly produced award-winning board game invented and designed by Tony Harmsworth. Tony purchased the final few copies. There are now fewer than sixty games remaining so this really is a fantastic collector's item. Nessie Hunt by mail UK £25.00 (GBP) including postage; £28.00 (GBP) including surface postage worldwide; £37.50 (GBP) including airmail worldwide. Click for more information on the game.|
SCOTLAND'S BLOODY HISTORY BOOK
||In a breathtaking hundred pages, this book takes you from the arrival of Mesolithic people in the Highlands through Scotland's bloody history right up to the current bid for independence. Enjoy learning about the transition from hunter gathering to farming, the invasion of the Picts and their long rule before the Scots muscled into Argyll. As the Scottish nation emerges, learn of elected kings, the injustices of William Shakespeare’s assassination of Macbeth’s character and the effects on Scotland of the conquering of England by the Normans in 1066AD. It also covers William Wallace, Braveheart Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, the Jacobites, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Highland clearances. Tony Harmsworth has been presenting Scotland's history to the public for over 25 years through exhibitions, audio-visuals, lectures, guide books and as a tour guide and webmaster. In this work he takes the most violent aspects of Scotland’s past and describes the effect on the Highland people.|