Bill Edrich was regarded as one of the exciting cricket discoveries of his generation just before the Second World War. Alan Hill relates the story behind his achievements and distils the measure of Edrich's exceptional courage both as a cricketer and in the RAF which he joined at the outbreak of the war.
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Alan Hill is one of the foremost biographers of English cricketers. The Yorkshire-born writer and journalist has also written highly acclaimed biographies of Herbert Sutcliffe, Hedley Verity, Johnny Wardle and Les Ames. He has won the Cricket Society Literary Award on more than one occasion.
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