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- John Blake 2011; US$ 15.99
When Graeme Dott won the World Snooker Championship in 2006 it should have been the highlight of his career. It was what he had worked for all his life, but Alex Lambie, his mentor and father-in-law, had cancer and only had months to live. Alex died at the end of 2006 and, incredibly, Dott's snooker went from strength to strength. Away from the table,... more...
- John Blake 2011; US$ 11.99
There is a tribute book to be written about the nicest man in snooker—but this isn't it. Whatever else he was, Alexander Gordon Higgins wasn't nice. Unpredictable, wild, demonic and obsessive for certain. The People's Champion. An unstoppable force who single-handedly transformed snooker from a niche sport into a gripping phenomenon. When snooker... more...
- Random House 2011; US$ 12.24
After Hurricane Higgins crashed out of snooker's top league, Jimmmy White has been the `People's Champion' even though he never quite made the top World spot, pipped at the post in 1995 by Stephen Hendry, after missing one single black. Aged 16, White was the youngest player to win the English Amateur Championship. At 18, he won the World Amateur... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2011; US$ 13.11
A riveting and dramatic account of a battle to reach the top in sport and a warning that -- no matter how successful you are -- you never know what's around the corner. When Graeme Dott won the World Snooker Championship in 2006 it should have been the highlight of his career. But Alex Lambie, his mentor and father-in-law, had cancer and only had... more...
- Wiley 2010; US$ 15.99
Practical, step-by-step tips for players of all levels From Snooker to Carom to good-old-fashioned 8- or 9-Ball, Pool & Billiards For Dummies reveals the tips, tricks, and rules of play, covering the variety of the ever-popular games that make up pool and billiards. This hands-on guide discusses everything from the rules and strategies of the games... more...
- Random House 2009; US$ 10.88
ERIC BRISTOW MBE is considered to be the greatest darts player of all time. He was an unmistakable figure on the oche during his 1980s heyday, and became renowned not just for the number of world titles he won but for his arrogance on stage and off it. In this candid account Bristow reveals how darts proved a salvation from his early life... more...
- Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 21.77
The top snooker players in the world compete for several trophies every year, but one carries more prestige than all the others put together - the World Championship. No other tournament in the sport carries with it so much history, so many golden moments of spectacular success and dramatic failure. Meticulously researched and including... more...
- Gallery Books 2011; Not Available
WHAT KIND OF MAN MAKES A LIVING IN HELL? His name?s Roland. Soldier class, a former mercenary, he?s on a full-time mission to scrape a living out of the most dangerous planet in the galaxy. Is he qualified? He?s well armed, he?s ruthless, and he?s tougher than skag hide. And, oh yeah?he?s strapped with some of the most exotic weaponry this side... more...
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2008; US$ 14.95
“A tremendously satisfying road story. What makes Running the Table so special is not the pool prowess of its protagonist but the unlikely bond between two wildly different young men who find each other through an exhilarating, often infuriating game.?—Los Angeles Times Running the Table spins the outrageous tale of Kid Delicious, an affable skilled... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2008; Not Available
Unbreakable tells Lindsey Hunter?s moving and heartbreaking story. Lindsey is the widow of snooker star Paul Hunter, who died tragically aged only 27 in October 2006 after a battle with cancer, leaving Lindsey and their one year-old daughter Evie bereft and alone. more...