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Nathan James Thomas

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Nathan Thomas is a New Zealand born writer and publisher who has spent much of his adult life in the United Kingdom. He is the editor of Fearless Footsteps - True Stories that Capture the Spirit of Adventure (Exisle Publishing, 2020)

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