Author: Dr Richard Sale
Year of Publication: 2015
ISBN: 978 0 9571732 1 7
Link to: Website
On falconry on many pages including p.19 and in the Box 2:
The St. Albans list, or more specifically the idea of a Kestrel for a Knave, became famous after the publication in 1968 of a book of that name by British author Barry Hines, and the subsequent film oof the book, entitled Kes, directed by Ken Loach and relleased in 1969.
Book is available via NHBS - http://www.nhbs.com/title/203758/the-merlin
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