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Macmillan Papermac, publishers, London - ISBN:0333437489, 1987. softcover, 7½" x 10¼. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode, etc. Book in VERY GOOD condition. The author, who has crossed the Sahara by camel, brings to life the extraordinary journeys and examines the characters and motives of all the intrepid travellers, from Ulrich Seetzen, a Russian spy murdered in Yemen, to the redoubtable Miss Macintosh, kidnapped in the Indian Mutiny and converted to Islam, who took tea outside the Grand Mosque every afternoon. Here is the story of the discovery of Arabia and its peoples. Many colour and b&w drawings, photos and maps.