W. G. Grace: A Life

W. G. Grace burst onto the cricket scene in the 1860s with spectacular force. He dominated the game until the end of the century, and influences it to this day. He was the world's first sporting superstar, rivalled as a public figure only by Gladstone and Queen Victoria herself. His staggering ac...

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W.G. Grace: In the Steps of a Legend

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W.G. Grace's Last Case or the War of the Worlds Part Two

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W.G. Grace Ate My Pedalo: A Curious Cricket Compendium
'Spoof Victorian cricket annuals were funnier when I were playing,' is the remark bogusly attributed to Geoffrey Boycott in response to this book. Authentically styled as a late Victorian journal, it purports to have been published in 1896 but is in fact a parody that cleverly mixes cricketing nosta...

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W.G Grace: In the Steps of a Legend
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W.G. Grace: An Intimate Biography
W.G. Grace Using contemporary accounts of W.G.'s greatest innings, many for the first time, Robert Low presents a radically new image of the sportsman who was recognised as the pre-eminent athlete of his day. Full description

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Wisden Collection - 3 Book Set - Elk Stopped Play, W G Grace Ate My Pedalo & What Are the Butcher's For? Bundle of 3 Books
A great complement to the annual Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, these three books celebrate the game in light-hearted fashion.
Elk Stopped Play is an original and eccentric examination of the sport's worldwide appeal, focusing on the cricket's most extraordinary matches, greatest performances an...

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W. G. Grace: His Life and Times
W. G. Grace: His Life and Times

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W.G.Grace's Last Case or the War of the Worlds Part Two
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Amazing Grace: The Man Who was W.G.
On a sunny afternoon in May 1868, nineteen-year-old Gilbert Grace stood in a Wiltshire field, wondering why he was playing cricket against the Great Western Railway Club. A batting genius, 'W. G.' should have been starring at Lord's in the grand opening match of the season. But MCC did not want to e...

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