David Baird    -    Journalist and photographer

   

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David Baird, born in Shropshire, England, has worked on newspapers and
magazines in the UK and around the world, including Canada, Australia
and Hong Kong. Since the 1970s he has been based in Spain and has
covered the country, in words and pictures, for a variety of
international media, including The Economist, Maclean's Magazine, The
Scotsman, the South China Morning Post... He also writes on travel in
the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America. Twice winner of Spain's
national award for foreign travel writers, he has contributed to
numerous guidebooks. Of his latest book, Sunny Side Up - The 21st
century hits a Spanish village (Santana Books), the Sunday Times said:
"Recommended reading for anyone who has ever wondered what happened to
'the real Spain'". Also published: Back Roads of Southern Spain and
Inside Andalusia.

   

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 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
 by David Baird

Should Clint Eastwood ever return to the parched Spanish landscapes where he made his name as the taciturn hero of spaghetti Westerns, he would find a real-life saga worthy of his attention. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly all have a place in recent events in Almerķa, for the cast includes a fearless lawman, a crusading journalist, and a band of desperadoes dangerous enough to make even Clint swallow his cheroot. 
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