Play on: (a Sporting Omnibus)

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Text Publishing Company, 2003 - Australian football - 301 pages
John Harms's three brilliant sporting books in one very affordable edition!

Confessions of a Thirteenth Man(first published October 1999) is one of the funniest and most entertaining books about cricket ever written in this country.

Memoirs of a Mug Punter(first published October 2000) John's parents wanted their son to learn about truth and beauty. They taught him to fold his socks and eat his crusts. But he was drawn to contests of skill and chance- laughing clowns at the show, pinball at the local cafe and snooker at Joe Jurd's. He became a brilliant student - of the form guide.Memoirsis a tale of jockeys and trainers and bookies and strappers.

Loose Men Everywhere(first released July 2002) is a book about the national game that'll have you weeping with laughter.

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About the author (2003)

John Harms is a writer and broadcaster. he lives in Melbourne. He writes for The Ageand appears on ABC-TV's Offsiders.

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