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JONATHAN GREGSON  



Jonathan Gregson was born and raised in India and has been visiting the Himalayan region for nearly 50 years. He has travelled overland across Tibet and visited adjacent regions repeatedly, such as Bhutan, Sikkim, Mustang and Mongolia, that have been deeply influenced by Tibetan civilization. His books include Kingdoms Beyond the Clouds: Journeys in Search of the Himalayan Kings and Massacre at the Palace: The Doomed Royal Dynasty of Nepal. He is married and lives in East London.

Ebook Release ISBN Number
Cathedrals – In a Nutshell ISBN 978-1-84379-655-8
Tibet – In a Nutshell ISBN 978-184-379-650-3

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Catalogue No  Work Category 
GREGSON, J.: Cathedrals - In a Nutshell (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
NA138712
Non-Fiction
GREGSON, J.: Tibet - In A Nutshell (Uabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
NA196212
Non-Fiction




 
 
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