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Diary Of A Cricket God

Author : Shamini Flint
ISBN : 9810877730
Genre : Cricket stories
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Diary Of A Soccer Star

Author : Shamini Flint
ISBN : 9780143332046
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Daydreamer Dev Climbs Mount Everest

Author : Ken Spillman
ISBN : 9780143331896
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Daydreamer Dev Traces The Amazon

Author : Ken Spillman
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The Year Of The Balls 2008 A Disrespective

Author : Jarrod Kimber
ISBN : 9781409282396
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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If Wisden is cricket's bible, then Cricket With Balls is its Satanic Verses. This is not a cricket book for the tea and crumpet set. You need to be a perverted sort of cricket fan to enjoy this. You'll find yourself immersed in the players' boudoir activities, cry at the Bryce McGain saga and will be asked to join Sehwagology. There are heroes, villains and tales of South African redemption that will make you question the very core of your being. The book has more cricket opinion than an orgy with Peter Roebuck, Navjot Sidhu, Arjuna Ranatunga and Geoffrey Boycott. Abducted directly from the blog cricketwithballs.com, this is the ultimate disrespective of the 2008 cricket year.

Cricket In The Second World War

Author : John Broom
ISBN : 9781526780201
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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As the civilised world fought for its very survival, Sir Home Gordon, writing in The Cricketer in September 1939, stated that ‘England has now started the grim Test Match with Germany’, the objective of which was to ‘win the Ashes of civilisation’. Despite the interruption of first-class and Test cricket in England, the game continued to be played and watched by hundreds of thousands of people engaged in military and civilian service. In workplaces, cricket clubs, and military establishments, as well as on the famous grounds of the country, players of all abilities kept the sporting flag flying to sustain morale. Matches raised vast sums for war charities whilst in the north and midlands, competitive League cricket continued, with many Test and county players being employed as weekend professionals by the clubs. Further afield the game continued in all the Test-playing nations and in further-flung outposts around the world. Troops stationed in Europe, Africa and the Far East seized on any opportunity to play cricket, often in the most unusual of circumstances. Luxurious sporting clubs in Egypt hosted matches that pitted English service teams against their Commonwealth counterparts. Luminaries such as Wally Hammond and Lindsay Hassett were cheered on by their uniformed countrymen. Inevitably there was a sombre side to cricket’s wartime account. From renowned Test stars such as Hedley Verity to the keen but modest club player, many cricketers paid the ultimate price for Allied victory. The Victory Tests of 1945 were played against a backdrop of relief and sorrow. Nevertheless, cricket would emerge intact into the post-war world in broadly the same format as 1939. The game had sustained its soul and played its part in the sad but necessary victory of the Grim Test.

God S Own Country

Author : Ross Bushby
ISBN : 1456806521
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Cricket Ball

Author : Gary Cox
ISBN : 9781350014572
Genre : Philosophy
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No object encapsulates the subtle, mysterious richness of cricket as much as its most famous character, the cricket ball: the swinging, bouncing, spinning heart of the glorious game. Gary Cox tells us the life story of the ball in its many guises: new ball, old ball, live ball, dead ball, no-ball, lost ball, swing ball and dot ball. He untangles the complexities of spin bowling (with a little help from Shane Warne), the tricks and cheats involved in ball tampering (including a look at the 2018 Australian scandal) and explores the multi-coloured future of a rapidly changing game. A kaleidoscopic look at the ball through the lenses of everything from philosophy and science to history, politics and biography and the myriad facts and figures of the vast cricket universe, Cox brings you a brimming biography of this legendary leathern orb and the heroes, fools and villains it has created along the way.

Oh God Let There Be Cricket In Heaven Let There Also Be Rain 6x9 Inch 120 Pages Gift Time Supplies

Author : Small Rose Creations
ISBN : 9798665538525
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120 page journal 6x9 inch Treat yourself, or make someone's day by buying this gift notebook journal. Keep it handy so you can write in this notepad every day.. This handy notebook has wide ruled line markings perfect for taking notes in meetings, creating to-do lists, drawing random stuff when bored and gossiping about your colleagues. Even to dullest working environment can be made fun! A brilliant gift idea for and friend, manager, supervisor, colleague, employee, co-worker or the CEO. Buy this for yourself, or for a loved one on Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, Fathers Day and Mothers Day. You can use the Journal for listing inspiring quotes and to note down your aims and dreams. Perfect to use at home, work or sitting on a park bench and jot down all your day to day activities. Great for all adults, men and women. 120 lined pages Use it as a journal, for note taking, for outlining book ideas, drawinng or just to vent your anger 6x9 inch pages Smooth, durable matte finish Journals are perfect for: Birthday Gifts Christmas Gifts Co-worker/Boss Gifts Journals & Planners Doodle Diaries Homeschool Planners for Kids Food Diaries Sheet Music Creative Writing Notebooks Gifts for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, Cousins, Brother, Sister Retirement Gifts School Notebooks Graduation Gifts Thank You Gifts Teacher Gifts Inspirational Journals Mom Daughter Journal Journaling For Kids Blank Books & Journals Beer and Weight Loss Logs Keepsake Journals And much more........Place your order today!

The Diaries Of Sir Ernest Satow 1906 1911

Author : Ian Ruxton (ed.)
ISBN : 9780359872138
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The diaries begin with Satow's journey home from his last diplomatic post in China. He travels via Japan, Hawaii, mainland United States and the Atlantic to Liverpool. In 1907 he attends the Second Hague Peace Conference as Britain's second delegate. He settles with some ease into rural life in Devon, keeping busy with local commitments as a magistrate, supporter of missionaries etc. and launching a major new career as a scholar of international law. The Foreword is by Professor Ian Nish of the LSE.

The Diaries Of James Simmons

Author : James Simmons
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043164073
Genre : Great Britain
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The Captain And The Cricketer

Author : Catherine Curzon
ISBN : 9781786516718
Genre : Fiction
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When an uptight countryside vet and a sexy TV star meet on the cricket pitch, they're both knocked for six! Henry Fitzwalter is a solid sort of chap. A respectable rural vet and no stranger to tweed, he is the lonely inhabitant of crumbling Longley Parva Manor. Captain George Standish-Brookes is everyone's favorite shirtless TV historian. Heroic, handsome and well-traveled, he is coming home to the village where he grew up. Henry and George's teenage friendship was shattered by the theft of a cup, the prize in a hard-fought, very British game of cricket. When they resolve their differences thanks to an abandoned foal, it's only a matter of time before idyllic Longley Parva witnesses one of its wildest romances, between a most unlikely couple of fellows. Yet with a golf-loving American billionaire and a money-hungry banker threatening this terribly traditional little corner of Sussex, there's more than love at stake. A comedy of cricket, coupling and criminality, with a splash of scandal!


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ISBN : UOM:39015071099439
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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.

Silence Of The Heart

Author : David Frith
ISBN : 9781780573939
Genre : Social Science
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Cricket has an alarming suicide rate. Among international players for England and several other countries it is far above the national average for all sports: and there have been numerous instances at other levels of the game. For thirty years, celebrated cricket author David Frith has collected data on this sad subject. Silence of the Heart is his compelling account of over a hundred cricketers - involving top names from the past hundred years - who have taken their own lives, with an explanation of factors that led to their premature deaths. Can the shocking rate of self-destruction among cricketers be reduced? Can those who run the game do something to save its participants from this dreadful fate? These are among the questions addressed within this catalogue of biographies. But the key question is whether cricket itself is to blame for its losses - or is that this summer game attracts people of a melancholic and over-sensitive nature? Stoddart, Shrewsbury, Gimblett, Bairstow, Trott, Iverson, Robertson-Glasgow, Barnes . . . There remains a sense of disbelief that these high-profile cricketers killed themselves. And many more cases are examined in this extraordinary book, which comes crammed with detail, is not devoid of humour, and must rank among the most intricately researched volumes in cricket's extensive library. With a foreword by former England captain Mike Brearley, now a psychotherapist, Silence of the Heart is a startling investigative narrative covering the phenomenon of cricket's unduly high level of suicide.

Arlott Swanton And The Soul Of English Cricket

Author : Stephen Fay
ISBN : 9781408895399
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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WINNER OF THE TELEGRAPH CRICKET BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2019 'Beautifully written, meticulously researched and stuffed with rich sporting and social history ... Unputdownable' Mail on Sunday After the Second World War, as the BBC tightened its grip on the national consciousness, two of the most famous English voices were commentators on games of cricket. John Arlott and E.W. ('Jim') Swanton transformed the broadcasting of the nation's summer game into a national institution. Arlott and Swanton typified the contrasting aspects of post-war Britain. Because of their strong personalities and distinctive voices – Swanton's crisp and upper-class, Arlott's with its Hampshire burr – each had a loyal following. As England moved from a class-based to a more egalitarian society, nothing stayed the same – including professional cricket. Wise, lively and filled with rich social and sporting history, Arlott, Swanton and the Soul of English Cricket shows how, as the game entered a new era, these two very different men battled to save the soul of the game.

Padwick S Bibliography Of Cricket

Author : Cricket Society
ISBN : UOM:39015024783105
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Legend Of The Mist

Author : Vicki Hinze
ISBN : 9781611942637
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"...an amazing achievement. This book wrenches the heart, uplifts the soul, and fills the reader with a sense of wonder."- Susan Wiggs, bestselling author "Captures the reader's imagination. Scottish history as rich and heady as a robust wine." - Rendezvous Magazine Catie Morgan's fallen in love with Jamie Cameron, a modern-day Scottish laird. Did she once love his lookalike twelfth-century ancestor? According to the diary that she may have written nine centuries ago, she disappeared into the Highland mists on the night of their wedding. In the present day, a murderer is determined to make certain history repeats itself. She ran from the mist to the clear air near the fire and threw herself at him, planting kiss upon kiss to his jaw, his cheeks, his eyes, his neck. "Oh, Jamie. Jamie." He lifted her to him. "Ye wear my colors," he said. She laughed deeper. Because he was emotional and his Gaelic burr so thick she could barely un¬derstand him, she kissed him again and squeezed his broad shoulders. Her poor darling had probably worried himself sick after telling her to stay close to him--then her dozing off for a nap. "I'm all right. Really, I am. You can stop your worrying." But truthfully, he didn't look worried. He looked dazed. "Ye wear my colors," he repeated. "Aye, Jamie," she agreed, impatient to tell him she knew who had committed the murders. "What is yer name, lass?" "This is no time for humor. I'm trying to tell you that I know who killed--" "I canna understand ye, lass. Is that English you're speaking?" "It's me--Cather¬ine. Don't you know me?" "Cameron, I challenge." Catie glared at the men walking toward them. "Excuse me, but I need to talk to Jamie in private." "Who are ye, lass?" an old man asked. "Catherine," she said. Why was everyone talking in Gaelic? Why couldn't Jamie understand English? Jamie set her down to the ground. "Catherine, ye willna be rude to yer king. Apologize." She frowned her confusion. A ribbon of fear wound up her spine, through her stomach and chest. "My--my king?" Vicki Hinze is the award-winning author of 30 novels, 4 nonfiction books and hundreds of articles, published in as many as sixty-three countries. She is recognized by Who's Who in the World as an author and as an educator. For more information, please visit her website at www.vickihinze.com.

The Diary Of A Victorian Squire

Author : Dearman Birchall
ISBN : UOM:39015037388470
Genre : England
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The Christmas Bookseller

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Practical Christianity An Address To Young Men Etc

Author : Hugh MACNEILE (Dean of Ripon.)
ISBN : BL:A0021103513
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