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In the 1930s, English travel writer H V Morton undertook a series of journeys to the great religious and historical sites of the Middle East. In 2009, travel writer Peter Riordan set off in his footsteps, a journey that took him through Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Cyprus and Greece. Much has changed, he discovers, but much endures fundamentally unchanged. Along the way he discovers the religious, cultural and political pressures shaping the region today. A lively, personal perspective on a frequently tumultuous part of the world. Winner of the Travcom Travel Book of the Year Award 2012.

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