Moho Books is a small publisher focusing on books with a strong sense of place, including travel-related titles, biography and social history. We also publish out-of-print works of particular historical or social interest and those which have simply been 'forgotten', but which we feel deserve to be back on the shelves.
Travels through a limestone landscape in southwest France
by Helen Martin
In this updated and expanded edition of her well-loved classic, Helen Martin takes you on a journey through the Lot department of southwest France.
Writing with insight and affection about an area she has known for more than forty years, the author introduces you to a glorious land of thyme-scented limestone uplands and orchid-filled meadows, of meandering rivers and ancient farmsteads, golden and drowsing in the afternoon sun... (more information)
RRP £18.99 Offer price: £13.29 - click here to order
Moondrop to Gascony
by Anne-Marie Walters
Foreword by Professor M R D Foot
Introduction, postscript & notes by David Hewson
This vivid account of the life of an SOE agent parachuted into southwest France in 1944, is now being brought back into print by Moho Books. David Hewson's explanatory notes unravel the hidden identities of many of the characters and take up the story of what happened to Anne-Marie after the war.
On a cold, moonlit night in January 1944, Anne-Marie Walters, just 20 years old, parachuted into southwest France to work with the Resistance in preparation for the long-awaited Allied invasion. (more information)
Available from 2nd November 2009, RRP £13.99 Offer price: £11.19 - click here to order