I'm reading - Round Mounds and Monumentality in the British Neolithic and Beyond (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers)
There's a paper on Liffs Low in the Peaks which was really intresting. It is a mid neolithic round barrow similar date to Dugglebury Howe and other Yorkshire neolithic round mounds as well as others in the Peaks. It highlights the contrast between the round mounds and the long barrows. Liffs Low is the most richly furnished of the period in the Country aparantley and the use of dual grave deposits was significant (2 axes, boars tusks, knives, arrowheads and pieces of ochre), particularly the unique vessle. Can't remember the full conculsions, will have to re read it.