AT THE WATER'S EDGE; A FISHERMAN'S PROGRESS AROUND BRITAIN ISBN 0-87923-800-3 ePub download
by Benjamin Perkins
- ISBN: 0670825972
- ISBN13: 978-0670825974
- ePub: 1322 kb | FB2: 1989 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Hunting & Fishing
- Publisher: David R. Godine; First edition (1989)
- Pages: 128
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 596
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ISBN13:9780879238001. Release Date:September 1989.
a fisherman's progress around Britain. by Perkins, Benjamin. Published 1989 by Viking in London Great Britain. Published 1989 by Viking in London. Fishing, Fly casting, Natural history.
Library of Congress Control Number: 88083860. Personal Name: Perkins, Benjamin, 1932-. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0879238003.
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