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A TALE OF TEN WICKETS (more)

Tweet There were many things which Arthur Fraser used to hate about his job, but the worst of them was the lift. He worked in a tall building called Excelsior House. Both the building and its lifts were shared between … Continue reading

22. May 2014 by rkh
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Making sense of THE NETWORK: some cricket terms explained

Tweet Notes and Glossary to The Network (for non-devotees of cricket) Some ex-friends think them funnier than the novel itself I hope that The Network can be enjoyed by non-devotees of cricket, but there are passages where an explanation of … Continue reading

11. April 2012 by rkh
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Some zingers from THE NETWORK

Tweet A few bits from my novel THE NETWORK (ISBN 978-0-9556740-1-3} “My family’s a battlefield, and I’m just a small hill which each side occupies to fire on the other.” “You haven’t seen my bad side. At full moon, I … Continue reading

21. August 2011 by rkh
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