Peter Gillman is one of Britain's leading mountaineering writers. Since then his writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world. He has visited mountain ranges from the Himalayas to Patagonia, and conducts most of his own mountaineering in Scotland. In 1992 Peter and his wife, Leni Gillman, also an accomplished author, retraced much of the route of the first Everest expedition of 1921 through Tibet. In 1999 their biography of George Mallory, won the Boardman Tasker prize for mountain literature. They live in South London, EnglandPeter Gillman is the author of 'Everest: Eighty Years of Triumph and Tragedy', published 2001 under ISBN 9780898867800 and ISBN 0898867800.