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Polly Evans - Author


Polly Evans studied modern languages at Cambridge University before working for a London publisher. After four years she moved to Hong Kong to become a journalist on the city's biggest weekly, before embarking on her epic journey around Spain - the subject of her first book, IT'S NOT ABOUT THE TAPAS. Her latest book KIWIS MIGHT FLY is also published by Bantam Books.

She now lives in London.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Polly Evans

On a Hoof and a Prayer by Polly Evans
On a Hoof and a Prayer
Polly Evans
Humorous travel writing is usually a male domain but in this hilarious, madcap adventure, Polly travels to Argentina to be transformed from timorous equestrian novice to whooping cowgirl whilst at the same time delving into the country’s deep and rich...
Format: Paperback - Released: 31/12/2011
Kiwis Might Fly by Polly Evans
Kiwis Might Fly
Polly Evans
Polly Evans is a humorous astute female travel writer to challenge the likes of Tony Hawkes, Peter McCarthy and Tim Moore. For her latest adventure she motorbikes around NZ ‘the last bastion of masculinity’ looking for some examples for posterity.
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/09/2004

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