First of all, this wonderful Collins atlas:
Then this, also from The Works, costing me the princely sum of £3:
Next, Patrick Leigh Fermor: An Adventure, by Artemis Cooper.
A Time of Gifts, his one fictional book, The Violins of Saint-Jacques and a volume of letters between him and Deborah Devonshire, In Tearing Haste. All these led me to believe he led a very exciting life so I was very pleased to find this as I gather it's a very good biography.
Next, The Lighthouse Stevensons by Bella Bathurst:
And last but not least, On the Shores of the Mediterranean by Eric Newby:
Love and War in the Apennines. I didn't know he'd done a tour of the Mediterranean countries with his wife, using all kinds of transportation, and written this book about their experiences. Having read Carol Drinkwater's book where she did something similar, but based on the olive tree, I had to have this and nabbed a copy from Amazon Marketplace. It's 500 pages but I think I will love it.
And the good thing about all of these books (apart from the atlas) is that they all qualify for Mount TBR 2017.