Hell For Leather – A Modern Cricket Journey by Robert Winder



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Product Description

The author presents his personal view of the 1996 cricket World Cup and his experiences following the tournament as it played on through ten cities from Ahmedabad to Lahore. He debates whether cricket can still be considered an English game, now that the commercial impetus has migrated to Asia.

Published 1996.

Hardback – with original dust jacket.

Condition: 9.25/10



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