Parachutist At Fine Leg

Parachutist At Fine Leg Peter the Lord s Cat Aurum s collection of the most eccentric and unexpected obituaries from Wisden Cricketer s Almanack was a delightful and elegant little hardback and a very successful fi rs

  • Title: Parachutist At Fine Leg
  • Author: John Wisden & Co. Gideon Haigh
  • ISBN: 9781845132569
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Peter the Lord s Cat, Aurum s 2006 collection of the most eccentric and unexpected obituaries from Wisden Cricketer s Almanack, was a delightful and elegant little hardback and a very successful fi rst collaboration with Wisden Here is the follow up.At the back of every Wisden Cricketers Almanack nowadays is an Index of Unusual Occurrences , referencing all the strangePeter the Lord s Cat, Aurum s 2006 collection of the most eccentric and unexpected obituaries from Wisden Cricketer s Almanack, was a delightful and elegant little hardback and a very successful fi rst collaboration with Wisden Here is the follow up.At the back of every Wisden Cricketers Almanack nowadays is an Index of Unusual Occurrences , referencing all the strange and indeed surreal things throughout that year s 1,600 pages Ball lost in umpire s trousers , for example, or even Glamorgan defeat blamed on seagulls.Now Gideon Haigh, increasingly acclaimed as the best living cricket writer, has gone back through past Wisdens and compiled a selection of the best and funniest Unusual Occurrences since the nineteenth century It will be another perfect gift at Christmas and for the tea interval at the Test Match.

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    1. A collection of notable incidents culled from the voluminous pages of Wisden, cricket's annual almanack of basically every match played on earth. Arranged by subject and in chronological order, the books records unusual events, historical curiosities and amusing incidents without the reader having to wade through a couple of thousand pages per volume, going back 150 years or so.Obviously one for cricket tragics only, but I enjoyed it.

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