Published December 1986
by Hyperion Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
His biography of Jack and Bobby Charlton was a top-ten bestseller and won the Sports Book of the Year award, while his study of Lord Rosebery won Channel Four Political Book of the year. Most recently he has written a trilogy about the RAF in the Second World War/5(1). My Life Story Hardcover – by Jack Hobbs (Author), Benny Green (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, — 5/5(1). Sir Jack Hobbs is the record run scorer in the history of Surrey County Cricket Club and one of England's greatest ever players. Sir Jack Hobbs From a special tribute by Matthew Engel in Wisden Cricketers' Almanack Wed 5 Apr EDT First published on Wed 5 Apr EDTAuthor: Guardian Staff.
His biography of Jack and Bobby Charlton was a top-ten bestseller and won the Sports Book of the Year award, while his study of Lord Rosebery won Channel Four Political Book of the year. Most recently he has written a trilogy about the RAF in the Second World s: The first comprehensive biography Sir Jack Hobbs who, half a century after his death, remains the greatest cricketer in English history. During a remarkably long career that began in the age of and ended in the era of Don Bradman, Hobbs scored more first-class runs and centuries than any other player. The book builds like many of the Jack Hobbs innings described within; carefully put together and advancing towards something wonderful. Even in the rare occasion Hobbs wasn't playing with his usual fluency, the descriptions of those innings never lost their flow/5. Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle (1) Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch (1) Sir Jack Hobbs (1) Sir Paul Reeves (1) Sir Richard Hadlee (11) Sports book review (1) Sri Lankan cricket (1) Sri Lankan poetry (1) Stan McCabe (1) Star Club (1) Stephen Fleming (3) Stephen Mather (1) Steve Braunias (1) Suresh Menon (1) Tasmanian cricket (1) Te Rauparaha (2) Terry Locke (1 Author: Mark Pirie.
John Berry \"Jack\" Hobbs was yet another fantastic top-order batsman that England witnessed. His feats were so amazing that he became the first ever cricketer to . Hobbs, Sir Jack [Foreword by Benny Green] Published by Published by The Hambledon Press, London Reprinted Edition [First Edition ]. London My cricket memories / by J.B. Hobbs Hobbs, Jack, Sir, [ Book: ] At 7 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 81,) The test match surprise: a romance of the cricket field / by Jack Hobbs Hobbs, Jack, [ Book: ] At 5 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query. Released on the first of January in through the Corgi publishing house, this was not only the debut novel from Roger Hobbs, but it was also the first in the Jack White series. Setting up the foundations for what was to be a highly popular and successful franchise, Hobbs uses his eponymous protagonist as the series anchor throughout.