The Great Sahara Mousehuntby Miggs Pomeroy, Catherine Collins
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Why not cross the Sahara looking for mice? This is the unhibited record of a hilariously compatible group of people who did - swapping desert lore, fact and fiction, pushing each other out of sand swamps and over crested dunes, satting flies, fleas and sometimes each other, swimming in icy desert lagoons and eating epicurean meals well homogenized with sand - from Benghazi in Libya to one of the most inaccesible mountain ranges in the world, the Tibesti.
The Great Sahara Mousehunt is the tale of a trip taken by fourteen Angles and Americans. Seven civilians, an officer of the Royal Scots, and six British soldiers ecstatic at escaping from "hup one two."
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Catherine Collins was a writer who progressed from literary contest entries at the age of ten, which were distinguished only by their spelling, to novels which she said were distinguished by their infrequency and the kindness of book club judges.
Miggs Pomeroy made her debut with this book, and went on the write the novel, The Rays of July.
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