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The Sacred Mountain: An Account of the Successful Ascent of Mount Everest in 1924 by Reverend Morton Tutter (Paperback)

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It's June 6th 1924. George Mallory and another man stand on the summit of Mount Everest but only one will live to tell of it. The Reverend Morton Tutter has succeeded when every other climber has failed and it isn't because he is a great climber it's because he's a great liar. Here now for the first time is the story of the first man to successfully reach the highest place on Earth.

About the Author


Stan Huncilman started mountaineering over forty years ago when he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador. Since then he has worn many hats; parade float maker, farmer, fire investigator and sculptor. He has always used his hands to earn a living and express himself. That changed when a friend suggested that he use his sculptures to create and illustrate a story. He took to writing like cats to cream or maybe it’s just that by writing an aging sculptor needn’t struggle so much with gravity. He lives in Northern California and still enjoys peak bagging.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780997619706
ISBN-10: 0997619708
Publisher: Stan Huncilman
Publication Date: July 24th, 2016
Pages: 196
Language: English

 

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