Places to Hide: In England, Scotland & Wales

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Icon, 2006 - Great Britain - 213 pages
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Sometimes facing up to your problems is just not an option. Dixie Wills reveals the ultimate rural, coastal, urban and mountainous getaways for when life gets a bit too much..."Places to Hide" is the essential guide for anyone who needs to disappear for a bit. Containing tips on concealment, total identity change and crouching, up-to-date information on local terrain, and the experiences of famous hiders such as Lawrence of Arabia, "Places to Hide" is ideal for any aspiring hermit or professional dodger who needs to get away from it all.

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User Review  - MiaCulpa - LibraryThing

I never had the need to hide whenever I've been in England, so cannot vouch for the usefulness of "Places to Hide". However, due to my almost superhuman ability to inadvertently insult people, I will ... Read full review


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Dixe Wills writes a monthly column for culture magazine Third Way and has contributed sections for two books produced by the football magazine When Saturday Comes. A former human rights reporter from Guatemala, he now lives in the relative safety of Bethnal Green.

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