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The Indian Masters
Author: Bill Ricquier

Publisher: Lotus Roli
ISBN: 81-7436-450-1
Pages: 209
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India has given the world some of the most exciting cricketers in the history of the game. This book looks at fifteen of the finest. Besides playing at the very highest level of cricket (for England or, later, India) all of these players have enjoyed superb careers in English domestic cricket and are admired exponents of the game. With personal and playing biographies, detailed statistics and many superb illustrations, The Indian Masters will be of enormous interest to cricket lovers everywhere. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Bill Ricquier is a lifelong cricket devotee who practices and teaches law for a living. Born and raised in Winchester, England, he has studied law at Lincoln College, Oxford. In 1980 Bill moved to Singapore where he lives with his wife and seven-year-old son. He is the author The Pakistani Masters and has coauthored Hampshire County Cricket Club 100 Greats. He is also the executive producer of a 2006 action movie, Killing Time 24/7.