SIR VIVIAN, The Definitive Autobiography, [Now fully Updated],

By: Viv Richards, with Bob

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Penguin Books, Melbourne - ISBN:014100259X, 2000. softcover, 5" x 7¾. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Incorporates the additional Chapter 15. Seven years after his retirement, cricket's most compelling and exciting batsman tells for the first time the full story of a matchless career. From the early days in Antigua, through his years playing county cricket alongside Ian Botham, to his triumphant leadership of the West Indies, Viv Richards has been an irresistible and dominant force in the game.

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