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Frith, David (Edward John)

FRITH, David (Edward John)

FRITH, David (Edward John). British, b. 1937. Genres: Autobiography/Memoirs, Sports/Fitness. Career: The Cricketer, Kent, England, editor, 1972-78; Wisden Cricket Monthly, Guildford, England, editor, 1979-96; writer. Producer of the videotapes Benson & Hedges Golden Greats: Batsmen and Benson & Hedges Golden Greats: Bowlers. Publications: (with John Edrich) Runs in the Family, Paul, 1969; My Dear Victorious Stod: A Biography of A. E. Stoddart, self-published, 1970; The Archie Jackson Story: A Biography, 1974; The Fast Men: A 200-year Cavalcade of Speed Bowlers, 1975; (ed.) Cricket Gallery: Fifty Profiles of Famous Players from "The Cricketer," 1976; England versus Australia: A Pictorial History of the Test Matches since 1877, 1977, 7th edition, 1990; (with Greg Chappell) The Ashes '77, 1977; The Golden Age of Cricket, 1890-1914, 1978; The Ashes '79, 1979; (ed. with Martin Tyler) The Illustrated History of Test Cricket, 1979; Thommo, 1980; (ed.) Ralph Dellor and Doug Ibbotson, A Hundred Years of the Ashes, 1982; The Slow Men, 1984; (with Gerry Wright) Cricket's Golden Summer, 1985; England versus Australia Test Match Records, 1877-1985, 1986; Pageant of Cricket, 1987; Guildford Jubilee, 1938-1988, 1988; By His Own Hand, Paul, 1990; Stoddy's Mission, 1994. Address: 6 Beech Lane, Guildown, Guildford, Surrey GU2 5ES, England.

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