Ashes Of Victory

Author: David Weber
Editor: Baen Books
ISBN: 0671578545
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Although The People's Republic of Haven believed Honor Harrington to be already dead and announced her execution, she returned from the prison planet called Hell, ready to aid the Allies' cause in the war.

Ashes Of Victory

Author: Joe Weber
Editor: Ignition Books®
ISBN: 1937868702
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Ashes Of Victory

Author: Quincy Howe
Editor: New York : Simon and Schuster
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Ashes Victory England Cricket Team

Author: England Cricket Team Staff
Editor: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN: 9780752880754
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Team England's ASHES VICTORY is a blow-by-blow account of England's progress in the most dramatic Ashes series in history, from the players own viewpoint. With England's improvement under Michael Vaughan, the 2005 Ashes series was eagerly anticipated by all sports fans; all tickets were sold out months in advance. The first day at Lord's saw Australia spectacularly bowled out for just 190, and then England were 92 for 7 in reply. It seemed as though we'd seen one of the greatest days of Test cricket ever. In fact, it was only the beginning of a remarkable series... England went on to lose that match, before winning the second Test by 2 runs (the closest Ashes victory in history), drawing the third (when they failed to dismiss Australia's last pair), and then winning the fourth amid scenes of unbearable tension to go into the last Test with an unbeatable 2-1 series lead. In this fascinating inside account, the players reveal their emotions at key moments, and explain how they set about taking on the formidable Aussies. Packed with brilliant photographs of the best action and behind-the-scenes moments, this is a superb, must-have book for everyone who enjoyed the most exciting Ashes series in history.

Ashes 2011

Author: Gideon Haigh
Editor: Aurum Press Limited
ISBN: 1845136888
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DIV Most people gave England a modest chance of success. Some, like Glenn McGrath, insisted that history would repeat itself and Australia would administer another 5-0 whitewash. What no-one anticipated was that the 2010-11 Ashes Tests would see one of the most complete performances ever by an England touring side, the first Ashes victory on Australian soil for 24 years, with, uniquely, three innings victories. It was a series, indeed a tour, full of remarkable records, from the bats of Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott, and the ball of James Anderson and Graham Swann. Every member of the side made crucial contributions – even those like Chris Tremlett and Tim Bresnan who had not originally been first choices for the Tests. Now, Gideon Haigh, ‘one of the best living writers on cricket’ (Daily Telegraph), tells the full story of this amazing sporting achievement. Beginning with the build-up to the series - Australia going into it on the back of an uncharacteristic losing run, England after a year of quietly solid consolidation – he covers each Test, day by day, in pithy match reports and elegant analyses. Ashes 2011 is the perfect way to re-live a memorable sporting triumph. /div

In Defence Of The Ashes

Author: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Editor:
ISBN: 9780354043809
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Victory

Author: Sam Pilger
Editor:
ISBN: 9781844422173
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Starting with the beginning of the summer, looking at the pre-series hyperbole, and finishing with a review of the series, player-by-player and with a full statistical summary of the action, this work presents a full account of the 2005 England vs. Australia Ashes.

Playing For The Ashes

Author: Elizabeth George
Editor: Bantam
ISBN: 9780553905472
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"The story begins with my father, actually, and the fact that I'm the one who's answerable for his death. It was not my first crime, as you will see, but it is the one my mother couldn't forgive." In her astonishing New York Times bestseller, acclaimed author Elizabeth George reveals the even darker truth behind this startling confession. Playing for the Ashes is a rich tale of passion, murder and love in which Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers once again find themselves embroiled in a case where nothing--and no one--is really what it seems. Intense, suspenseful and brilliantly written, Playing for the Ashes will make readers "search out the sleuthing pair's first six adventures...a treasure," as Cosmopolitan predicted in their review. From the Paperback edition.

Bringing Home The Ashes

Author: Joe Root
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473633346
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Fully updated to include England's series victory over South Africa and the World T20 Finals. Joe Root is undoubtedly cricket's next superstar, adored by fans and the press alike for his incredible talent and his cheeky personality. At just 24 years old he has already scored nearly 3,000 Test runs, taken 12 Test wickets. Joe was the star of England's incredible 2015 Ashes campaign - his knock of 130 at Trent Bridge secured the series victory and saw him named by the ICC as the best batsman in the world. This is Joe's personal account of his speedy climb to stardom, from schoolboy cricket to early days with Yorkshire, culminating with exclusive behind-the-scenes access to an England team at the top of their game. A perfect gift for all England cricket fans, this gives the inside story to an historic Ashes victory from a player who is instrumental to the team.

Walking To Victory

Author: Adam Gilchrist
Editor: Macmillan _
ISBN: 9780732911386
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Account of the Ashes and World Cup cricket campaigns of 2002-2003, by Australian cricket player Adam Gilchrist. Looks at the debate over Steve Waugh's continued selection, the political furore surrounding World Cup matches in Zimbabwe, Shane Warne's drug scandal, Gilchrist's own decision to walk during a World Cup semi-final, and the performance of the Australian cricketers. Foreword by Andrew Denton. Includes colour photos.