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    Quote Originally Posted by archie mac View Post
    http://www.cricketweb.net/forum/members/smudge.html, he can be quite amusing tbh, but this is his fav. smiley
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJS View Post
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    Got it, great stuff, thanks mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by archie mac View Post
    Got it, great stuff, thanks mate
    I just saw on your list that you do not have an image for David Lemmon's Cricket mercenaries. Maybe you can use this,
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    1. Trumper - The Illustrated Biography
    2. Cradle Days of Australian Cricket
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    Thanks for all of those SJS, I will pass them on to the Boss

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    The old man picked up this for me at a second book store, which was very nice of him:



    Has some very nice images, although colour photography has clearly come a long way.

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    Be that the Bromley offering? I can't quite tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neville cardus View Post
    Be that the Bromley offering? I can't quite tell.
    Nah - http://www.cricketbooks.co.uk/prodde...BK4604&cat=413

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    Just joined this forum & what an excellent forum it is. Just been reading through the last couple of hours some very interesting stuff. Anyway this link was great because ive been after a few cricket books for a while. Just ordered 8 from amazon which should keep me going they are
    1-Beyond the boundary
    2-Many a slip
    3- The art of captaincy (Mike Brearley)
    4-Michael Atherton biog
    5-Penguins Stopped play
    6-Rain men
    7- A lot of Hard Yakka (simon Hughes)
    8- Being Freddie
    Got the whole lot for 30 which included P&P, have a feeling im gonna be doing a lot of reading the next few months.

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    Welcome to the forum mate, looks like an excellent selection there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossa View Post
    Just joined this forum & what an excellent forum it is. Just been reading through the last couple of hours some very interesting stuff. Anyway this link was great because ive been after a few cricket books for a while. Just ordered 8 from amazon which should keep me going they are
    1-Beyond the boundary
    2-Many a slip
    3- The art of captaincy (Mike Brearley)
    4-Michael Atherton biog
    5-Penguins Stopped play
    6-Rain men
    7- A lot of Hard Yakka (simon Hughes)
    8- Being Freddie
    Got the whole lot for 30 which included P&P, have a feeling im gonna be doing a lot of reading the next few months.
    Other than the Atherton and Flintoff books, I have read all the others and must compliment you on the selection.

    Numbers 1, 3, 6 and 7 are absolutely fabulous books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossa View Post
    Just joined this forum & what an excellent forum it is. Just been reading through the last couple of hours some very interesting stuff. Anyway this link was great because ive been after a few cricket books for a while. Just ordered 8 from amazon which should keep me going they are
    1-Beyond the boundary
    2-Many a slip
    3- The art of captaincy (Mike Brearley)
    4-Michael Atherton biog
    5-Penguins Stopped play
    6-Rain men
    7- A lot of Hard Yakka (simon Hughes)
    8- Being Freddie
    Got the whole lot for 30 which included P&P, have a feeling im gonna be doing a lot of reading the next few months.
    Quote Originally Posted by SJS View Post
    Other than the Atherton and Flintoff books, I have read all the others and must compliment you on the selection.

    Numbers 1, 3, 6 and 7 are absolutely fabulous books.
    Welcome to the forum, I have only read four of those, 1,2,4 & 7, and enjoyed them all, I imagine 'Being Freddie' will be the 8th best on that list

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    Quote Originally Posted by archie mac View Post
    Good stuff, Mr. Barker is a quality writer
    Just finished 10 Great Innings by Ralph Barker. I enjoyed it very much. He describes the play in great detail - at times describing every run - and manages to convey the context, the atmosphere and the greatness of each innings.



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