TOP TEN BOOKS
Monday 13 September 1999
2 Mick Doohan - Thunder from Down Under, Mat Oxley (Haynes, hardback, pounds 14.99).
3 Survival of the Fattest, 5: An Alternative Review of the 98/99 Football Season, edited by David Jenkins et al (Red Card, paperback, pounds 9.99).
4 Rothmans Rugby Union Yearbook 1999-2000, edited by Mick Clearly and John Griffiths (Headline, paperback, pounds 18.99).
5 The Homes of Football, Stuart Clarke (Little Brown, paperback, pounds 14.99).
6 Gareth Edwards - An Autobiography, Gareth Edwards with Peter Bills (Headline, hardback, pounds 18.99).
7 Addicted, Tony Adams with Ian Ridley (Collins Willow, paperback, pounds 6.99).
8 The Official Book of the Rugby World Cup 1999, John Taylor (Carlton, paperback, pounds 7.99).
9 The Miracle of Castel di Sangro, Joe McGinniss (Little Brown, hardback, pounds 17.99).
10 Welcome to Elland Road - LUFC in Pictures, edited by Les Rowley and James Brown (iFG, paperback, pounds 12.99).
Compiled by Sportspages Bookshops: 94-96 Charing Cross Road, London, 0171-240-9604 & St Ann's Square, Manchester, 0161-832-8530; www.sports pages.co.uk
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