When the Lions Came to Town PDF ePub eBook

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When the Lions Came to Town free pdf A rip-roaring account of the British Lions' brutal rugby tour of South Africa in 1974.

About Luke Alfred

Luke Alfred was a sports journalist for 18 years, and was the sports editor and senior cricket writer at the Sunday Times in Johannesburg. He is now a freelance journalist after working as consultant at Cricket South Africa. He is the author of three previous cricket books: Lifting the Covers, Testing Times and The Art of Losing, He is married and has three sons.

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Author : Luke Alfred
Publisher : Zebra Press
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ISBN : 1770226540
EAN : 9781770226548
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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