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J: Some Forthcoming Publications – February 2014

J:     Some Forthcoming Publications – February 2014

The following books are due soon. Orders should be placed for them now. Approximate pricesare shown:

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189.A Half-Forgotten Triumph – Martin Moseling et. al.
(“The Story Of Kent’s Championship Title Of 1913”. Hard-back; 307 pages)
190.An Index To East Melbourne & Hawthorn-East Melbourne C.C. Annual Reports….1891 – 2011
– Craig Reece
(Limited edition of 50 numbered copies. Card-covers; 50 pages)
191.A Portrait of Lords – 200 Years of Cricket History – Adam Chadwick
(With “…. fresh photographs of a wealth of recent acquisitions enhanced by new research”.
Hard-back; 288 pages; 245 illustrations, almost all in colour)
192.Ashes to Ashes – Gideon Haigh
(“The story of the back-to-back series of 2013-2014”. Hard-back; 320 pages. Signed by the author)
193.Auckland Cricket 1901-1945: The Middle Years Jim Allnatt
(The second in the series recording the history of Auckland cricket ‘focussing on the people involved, through photographs & pen-portraits’. Includes the full scorecards of every representative match along with a brief report. Soft-cover; 330 pages + index & introductory pages)
194.A Walk in the Park: Mornington Cricket Club 1863-2013 – Terry O’Keefe
(Autographed by the author and also by Bryce McGain, the club’s only Test player. Large- format paper-back. 127 pages; profusely illustrated)
195.Batting For Berlin – Andre Leslie
(“How one Aussie expat cricketer took on the German nation – and won!”. Paper-back; 160 pages)
196.Cricket In Cyberspace – David Ongley
(“Selected works from the dongles web-site” which has been circulating musings on cricket for more than a decade. Paper-back; 253 pages)
197.First-Class Cricket Matches 1948 – (ed) Philip Bailey
(The latest volume in the Cricket Statistician’s series. Full detailed scores of all first-class matchesplayed throughout the world in that year. Limited edition of 150 copies. Paper-back; 412 pages)
198.Frank Mitchell – Imperial Cricketer – Anthony Bradbury(No. 34 in the Cricket Statistician’s ‘Lives In Cricket’ series. Paper-back; 136 pages)35.00
199.Squeezing the Orange – Henry Blofeld
(Autobiography “stuffed to the gunwhales with delicious anecdotes’ which “brings his astonishingly colourful story bang up to date”. Hard-back; 368 pages)
200.The Art of Cricket 2014 – Christina Pierce
(53 full-colour plates as well as information on the 18 cricket counties and international fixtures and some original photography by Christopher Bishop. Hard-back; 160 pages)
201.The Real Jeeves – Brian Halford
(Tells the story of the Worcestershire all-rounder Percy Jeeves who died in the First World War and whose name has been immortalised by P.G. Wodehouse. Hard-back; 176 pages)
202.The Sky is the Limit – My Journey to The World Cup – Unmukt Chand
(Autobiography of India’s captain in the 2012 Under 19 World Cup. Paper-back; 222 pages) and intensely engaging”. Paper-back; 222 pages).
203.Those Were the Days: A Yorkshire Boy’s Cricket Scrapbook – John White
(‘Unique’ book which takes us from the author’s Yorkshire childhood – with much about NormanYardley’s life and career – & continues with a potted history of Yorkshire cricket illustrated with over 800 items from his collection. Large format paper-back; 242 pages)