It’s this year’s hottest Christmas present, but what does the Kindle have to offer rugby league fans?
Quite a lot, it turns out.
The beauty of electronic publishing is in making old releases available at the click of a button. It also gives much easier access to titles published on the other side of the world.
Rugby League Books has been taking a look at what’s currently available on the Kindle for rugby league fans who might just have an inkling what Santa’s bringing them this year.
Here’s our complete list (as of December 10, 2011):
- Stevo: Looking Back, by Mike Stephenson
- Simply Rad: The Kris Radlinski Story, by Kris Radlinski
- This Sporting Life, by David Storey
- Biting Back: The Mike Gregory Story, by Dave Hadfield, Steve Manning, Erica Gregory and Mike Gregory
- Chris Joynt: The Quiet Man, by Chris Joynt and Mike Critchley
- Sculthorpe: Man of Steel, by Paul Sculthorpe
- My Shangri-La, by Dean Sampson
- The Bald Truth, by Keith Senior and Peter Smith
- Vince Karalius: A Rugby League Legend, by Maurice Bamford
- Up and Over: A Trek Through Rugby League Land, by Dave Hadfield
- Longy: Booze, Brawls, Sex and Scandal, by Sean Long
- London: Rugby League’s Lost Heartland, by Richard Pitchfork
- Trying Times: Keighley’s Amateur Rugby League Teams Through The Years, by Rob Grillo
- A Welsh Saint: The Kel Coslett Story, by Mike Appleton and Kel Coslett
- Andrew Johns: The Two of Me, by Andrew Johns and Neil Cadigan
- Talent Is Not Enough, by Danny Buderus and Neil Cadigan
- From The Sheds, by Matthew Johns
- Freddy: The Brad Fittler Story, by Brad Fittler and Richard Sleeman