POCKET MONEY, Bad-boys, Business-heads and Boom-time Snooker,

By: Gordon Burn

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POCKET MONEY, Bad-boys, Business-heads and Boom-time Snooker, by Gordon Burn
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Heinemann, London - reprint, 1986. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine. This fascinating bookwas the first to seriously investigate the realities of a world which, for scandals, intrigue and cut-throat wheeler-dealing, leaves soap operas for dead - THE SNOOKER CIRCUS. Gordon Burn travelled for a year from the Far East to the North of England, talking to the snooker celebrities themselves, to the high-powered PR men who craft their image, and to some of those who fell by the wayside. It’s a brilliant in-depth survey of the snooker scene, offering an entertaining inside view.

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