Reviewed by Kate Green of Country Life in September 2011
'This is a book for the dedicated, but there are some marvellous nuggets.'
Reviewed in Melton Times in September 2011
'It gets to the heart of what made the hunt one of the most famous in the world, celebrating both the countryside and its unique sporting heritage, as well as telling how it survived two wars, its own drama and the hunting ban.'
Reviewed in The Irish Field in September 2011
'Anyone with even a passing interest in hunting will love the story of The Belvoir, The Duke of Rutland's Hounds.'
Reviewed in The Field in September 2011
'This book will be a classic.'
Reviewed by James Barclay of Baily's Hunting Directory in October 2011
'There is absolutely no doubt that this book is one that is very difficult to put down, and therefore is a must for anyone who has a true love of hunting.'