Discussion in 'SMB' started by The Rat, May 15, 2019.
Detroit 67, Memphis 68 and Harlem 69 by Stuart Cosgrove. A top notch trilogy.
Try this. Short true tales of coincidence. Some of them are unbelievable.
Beyond Coincidence – Icon Books
Read my mind, the memphis 68 is on my list already, my absolute favourite type of music, will check the other 2 out, cheers.
Up Pohnpei is one of my favourite football books. Light hearted, funny in parts and makes you dream of doing it yourself!
A brilliant read as is Operation Mincemeat by the same man.
Notes from a small island has some sublime moments
Violent delights... by Scott graham.
Not funny but a cracking read true story
A lot of Hard Yakka by Simon Hughes
Last in the Tin Bath by David 'Bumble' Lloyd
Both books by Garry Nelson
Harry Pearson for either. The Far Corner is possibly my favourite ever football book.
I thought The Road to Little Dribbling was a bit disappointing.
Definitely my favourite. Put walking the Appalachian Trail on my bucket list.
Been some good recommendations already, I enjoyed the Miracle of Castel di Sangro. An American journalist followed a little Italian football team for a season, reckon you'll enjoy it.
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