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The England Cricket Team Ashes Summer

The official story of the npower Ashes Series 2009 in the team’s own words The Ashes of 2009 was a gripping, up and down and tense affair. After many twists and turns, England finally overcame Australia on a glorious summer evening at the Oval. Ashes Summer, written with the chief cricket correspondent of the Mail on Sunday Peter Hayter, features the full input of Andrew Strauss’s squad, including Andrew Flintoff in his last ever Test series, and new England heroes Stuart Broad and Jonathan Trott. Endorsed by all the players and the ECB, Ashes Summer is the only official account of an historic series. The England Cricket T eam won the 2009 Ashes series 2–1.

Sport Cased October 2009 £18.99 240pp 234 x 153mm 24pp colour illustrations 978 1 4091 1496 3 Markets: World USA, Translation & Serial: Orion


Robert J. Sawyer FlashForward

An acclaimed high concept SF novel comes to TV – the new Lost A science experiment sees the consciousness of everyone in the world flung more than two decades into the future. The sudden knowledge of what lies in store for each individual causes huge repercussions around the globe. This novel is the basis for a new SF TV series, and explores whether it is a blessing or a curse to know too much about one’s future. Robert J. Sawyer has been described as Canada’s answer to Michael Crichton and has won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards. He lives outside Toronto, Ontario.

Science Fiction MMP October 2009 £6.99 320pp 178 x 111mm 978 0 575 09101 6 Markets: World XUSAC USA, Translation & Serial: Ralph Vicinanza

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