Guile and Spin

Stuart Larner
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Genres: Cultural Fiction, Contemporary. Format: Multiple. Views: This Week 185, Total 380.

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A thrilling cricket novel

An outrageous, compelling, unforgettable story of cricket played to a farcical level you had previously never thought possible. A must-read for cricket fans everywhere.
The story builds with exciting descriptions of the matches later in the book.

Jeremy Freeman hates cricket, but is enticed by woman cricketer Claire who turns his life upside-down. Fardeep Singh shows him how he can use spiritual powers and mystical charms to achieve his secret dreams.

Oriental magic meets sport psychology in an explosive mix. But that is only the start of their problems. Anything can happen and does.

Follow the exploits of Jeremy as he starts to search for players, finds a coach, builds a team, hires somewhere for nets, and then takes the team through the matches in a season.
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