Book Review: Mills's Upon a Riverbank

“The pictures in Upon a River Bank are splendidly amateur, which is no criticism at all; photographs of Mills grinning like a fiend holding a 31/2 lb brown trout caught on a Peter Ross fly in Iceland or maybe it’s Greenland (he’s caught fish everywhere); four sea-run charr and seven spring-run salmon from the Brora.” Alistair Robertson reviews Derek Mills’s Upon a River Bank in The Scotsman.

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