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Mad Dogs and Englishmen (book)


From scoring a century at Lords to writing songs with Eric Clapton and Elton John to being the official court jester of the Prince of Brunei, David English is a man with a story and more than a few jokes to tell. As the foudner of the Bunbury Cricket Club, who else could persuade Bill Wyman to bat against the bowling of Gary Lineker, whilst Phil Collins keeps the wicket? Mad Dogs and the Englishman is a humorous romp through an eventful and dedicated life of a self-confessed loon. [1]