Richard Girling

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Richard Girling is a British journalist and author, born 1945 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire. For his work on The Sunday Times he was named Specialist Writer of the Year in the UK Press Awards in 2002, and was shortlisted for the same award in 2005 and 2006. He was Journalist of the Year at the Press Gazette Environmental Press Awards in 2008 and 2009. He lives in North Norfolk.

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Fiction

Ielfstan's Place

Sprigg's War

Non-fiction

The View from the Top: A Panoramic Guide to Reading Britain's Most Beautiful Vistas

Rubbish!: Dirt on our Hands and Crisis Ahead (2007)

Sea Change — Britain's Coastal Catastrophe

Greed (2009)

The Hunt for the Golden Mole: All Creatures Great & Small and Why They Matter (2014)

His next book, The Man Who Ate the Zoo: Frank Buckland, Forgotten Hero of Natural History, will be published in November 2016

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