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The Islands and Highlands of northern Scotland run deep in Robin Noble’s blood. He is a naturalist who leads groups at the world-renowned Aigas Field Centre run by Sir John Lister-Kaye, and an eminent expert on the ancient woodlands of the Highlands. He’s also an artist, singer and hill-walker. His history of the Highlands, Castles in the Mist, was shortlisted for the Saltire Society History Book of the Year award, whilst North and West explored Scotland’s wilderness. His latest book, Sagas of Salt and Stone, is a love letter to Orkney.
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