Secondhand. Very good condition. Minimal edgewear. Pages have sunned.
In 1948 Don Bradman came to England with what many believed to be the finest Australian team of all time. This was Australia's first tour since WWII and was to be Bradman's last appearance in first-class cricket.
Jack Fingleton provides a lively account of the exciting tour in which Bradman led his side to four test victories. Fingleton's sharp observation, wry humour and his sympathetic regard for Bradman make for a masterly account of the last campaign of the Bradman era.
This book was initially published in 1949. This edition includes an introduction by Michael Parkinson.