Below is a list of the current books available — to learn more about each book please click on the book title to be taken to the appropriate page.
Several of our books are also available as Limited Editions. These are indicated on the list below.
All our publications can be bought securely online with credit/debit cards via PayPal. The PayPal button can be found at the foot of each page, with easy to follow online payment instructions.
Alternatively, you can send a cheque or Postal Order made payable to Max Books, specifying which title(s) you wish to buy, to the following address:-
34 Wellington Road
Cheshire CW5 7BX
Tel: 01270 625278 Email: email@example.com
The current list of available titles are below:-
General Interest Titles
>Pep-the story of Cec Pepper-the best cricketer never to represent Australia
>Sherlock Holmes and the birth of the Ashes by Arunabha Sengupta
>An Almighty Innings by Andrew Scott
>Pavilions In Splendour — the cricket pavilions and grounds in Cheshire by Geoff Wellsteed
Lancashire cricket & cricketers
>Farokh-The Cricketing Cavalier: The Authorised Biography of Farokh Engineer
>Johnny Briggs-Professor Of Diddling
>Cardus Undimmed-The Last Decade
>Jack Bond-Lancashire Lad, Lancashire Leader by Douglas Miller
>Lancashire Legends No.1: A Handful Of Confetti by David Green — Limited Edition only, softback edition sold out
>Summer of '65 by David Green — Softback & Limited Edition available
>Lancashire Legends No.2: Bob Barber-the Professional Amateur by Colin Shindler — Limited Edition available
>Boulder Rolling by Tom Smith — Softback & Limited Edition available, only a few left
>Sun, Snow & Strike! by Colin Evans — Softback only. Limited Edition is sold out
>The Silk Express — the story of Ted McDonald — Now sold out.
>Also.....with a Sketchbook at the Cricket by Bob Bond
>The Story Of A Stained Glass Window by Keith Hayhurst
>150 Years of Lancashire Cricket-the official Lancashire CCC 150th anniversary book
>Set of 150 Lancashire Greats cards
>Champions...about bloomin' time! The inside story of Lancashire's 2011 County Championship title winning season
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