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    Publisher: Luath Press

    The Story of Loch Ness

    £7.99
    Where did the name Loch Ness come from, and how did Cherry Island come to be? But what of the characters, the history and the myths which enchanted inhabitants and travellers alike long before the first sightings of the so-called Loch Ness Monster?
    ISBN: 9781905222773
    AuthorKatharine Stewart
    Pub Date01/03/2007
    BindingPaperback
    Pages192
    Availability: In Stock

    Where did the name Loch Ness come from, and how did Cherry Island come to be? When have the waters run red with blood?

    From history to fauna, this book is great for locals and visitors alike. Known throughout the world for its legendary inhabitant, Loch Ness has inspired folklore and fascination in the hearts of those who visit it for centuries. But what of the characters, the history and the myths which enchanted inhabitants and travellers alike long before the first sightings of the so-called Loch Ness Monster?

    Katharine Stewart takes us on a journey through the past and the politics, the heroes and villains, and the natural beauties that are the true source of the magic of Loch Ness.

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    Where did the name Loch Ness come from, and how did Cherry Island come to be? When have the waters run red with blood?

    From history to fauna, this book is great for locals and visitors alike. Known throughout the world for its legendary inhabitant, Loch Ness has inspired folklore and fascination in the hearts of those who visit it for centuries. But what of the characters, the history and the myths which enchanted inhabitants and travellers alike long before the first sightings of the so-called Loch Ness Monster?

    Katharine Stewart takes us on a journey through the past and the politics, the heroes and villains, and the natural beauties that are the true source of the magic of Loch Ness.