Six documentary photography projects from around the world.
Nine images in each project.
6x9 includes images from Blackpool, Bethlehem and India and covers issues including smoking, religion and Christmas.
And the handy size - six inches by nine inches - means it fits nicely into your handbag (or manbag).
Alternatively, save on shelf space by buying the digital version (iPad and iPhone not included).
All images taken by photographer Garry Cook.
Garry Cook is a journalist and Nikon-wielding photographer. His work has been printed in over 50 national and international newspapers and magazines. His documentary work includes Flashes to Ashes, a study on the ban on smoking in public places, Brilliant Blackpool, Women and Alcohol, plus the on-going Outsiders project which has seen him travel to Ukraine, America, Czech Republic, Holland, Israel and the Palestinian Territories interviewing homosexual haters, faith healers, racists, politicians, rock stars and white British Geordie female Muslims. He has produced a series of 12 documentary Christmas cards. He promotes photography via his www.lovetown.eu blog and a video podcast which is available for free on iTunes. Website www.gazcook.com