Lee Crooks recently told Rugby League Books how his autobiography had been three years in the making.
It has been time well spent, because the final product is something that Crooks and ghostwriter Vince Groak can both look upon with pride.
At nearly 350 pages, it’s certainly one of the longer rugby league books of recent years. But Groak has put plenty of effort and craft into creating a story that is easy to read, meaning pages get turned extremely quickly. [Read more…]