One winter, the author, the four-footed Hallam (the mule) and her six-year-old daughter Rachel explored 'Little Tibet' high up in the Karakoram Mountains in the frozen heart of the Western Himalayas - on the Pakistan side of the disputed border with Kashmir. This title details her journey.
Presents a collection of misadventures that puts both bride and groom out of stride. This book presents the lemon juice of the honeymoon experience after the luscious oyster of the wedding-day celebrations.
A MONTH BY THE SEA gives unique insight into the way in which isolation has shaped this society: how it radicalises young men and plays into the hands of dominating patriarchs, yet also how it hardens determination not to give in and turns family into a towering source of support.