A book about Paul Preuss? One of the predecessors of modern free climbing and alpinism? How did I miss that one? The Mauerhakenstreit (The Piton Dispute) is still one very nice discussion on climbing style
Paul Preuss - one of the finest climbers who ever lived. An eternal inspiration to us all.
Are the brief descriptions of each book quotes from the dustcover or from the shortlisting panel?
I ask because the description of Hangdog Days contains an editorial howler. It should be "dyed-in-the-wool" unless it's a reference to WWII detective fiction.
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