Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Creatures of Kent

Good news! I received in the mail yesterday a review-copy of Neil Arnold's new book: Mystery Animals of the British Isles: Kent; which, as its title suggests is Neil's personal study of the strange beasts that inhabit his very own home-county of Kent.

Almost 400 pages in length, this whopper looks to be an excellent, definitive study that encompasses big-cats, black-dogs, water-beasts, Bigfoot, and much more.

As soon as I have finished reading it, I'll be both reviewing it here and doing an in-depth interview with Neil about the book and its contents.

But, having only read one chapter thus far, and checked out the photo section and the other chapter titles, I can say for certain that this is one of the most in-depth, regional studies of weird beasts ever written. A great job, Neil!

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