Top 10 Sports Books
Monday 26 April 1999
2 World of Tennis 1999, edited by John Barrett (Collins Willow, paperback, pounds 12.99)
3 Natwest Playfair Cricket World Cup, edited by Bill Frindall (Headline, paperback, pounds 4.99)
4 Hillsborough - The Truth, Phil Scraton (Mainstream, paperback, pounds 9.99)
5 The Sporting News Baseball Guide 1999, (The Sporting News, paperback, pounds 13.95)
6 Horses to follow - Flat 1999 (Racing Post, paperback, pounds 8.99)
7 Playfair Cricket Annual 1999, edited by Bill Frindall (Headline, paperback, pounds 4.99)
8 Play the Brazilian way, Simon Clifford (Boxtree, paperback, pounds 9.99)
9 Posts, Neville Gabie, (Penguin, paperback, pounds 9.99)
10 A Captain's Diary, Alec Stewart with Brian Murgatroyd (Collins Willow, hardback, pounds 16.99)
List compiled by Sportspages Bookshops 94-96 Charing Cross Road, London, 0171-240 9604 & St Ann's Square, Manchester, 0161-832 8530 and also: www.sportspages.co.uk
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