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by Vernon Coleman

  • ISBN: 184617399X
  • Author: Vernon Coleman
  • ePub ver: 1806 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 408
  • Publisher: Ulverscroft (August 1, 2006)
  • Formats: azw lit lrf mobi
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Start by marking Too Many Clubs And Not Enough Balls as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is a book about people who lose balls, clubs, tempers and, on occasion, the course they're supposed to be playing; people who feel they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same ball they drove off the first tee. & Anyone who has played golf - or tried to play golf - will find this addictive book & out loud funny,' said Golf World.

Release Date:August 2006. Publisher:Ulverscroft Large Print Books.

Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:August 2006. 41 lbs. Dimensions:1. Fiction Literature & Fiction.

Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory GOR001896272.

This is neither an instructional book nor a book about a golfing superstar; this is a book about people who feel that they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same . I've had a spell with Vernon Coleman books

This is neither an instructional book nor a book about a golfing superstar; this is a book about people who feel that they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same ball they drove off the first tee. "Too Many Clubs And Not Enough Balls" is a novel about people who lose balls, clubs, tempers and, on occasion, the course they're supposed to be playing. I've had a spell with Vernon Coleman books. I started his Bilbury Village series with great optimism, and loved the first two books. However, having given up being a country doctor in the third book, it all descended into the banal - and unfunny banal at that.

Vernon Coleman has presented numerous television and radio programmes and has written columns for major . August 2006 : UK Hardback

Vernon Coleman has presented numerous television and radio programmes and has written columns for major newspapers and magazines around the world. August 2006 : UK Hardback.

Vernon Coleman (born 18 May 1946) is a former general practitioner, and the author of over 100 books, including non-fiction works about human health, politics, cricket, and animal issues, and a range of novels. He is a militant vegetarian and antivivisectionist. One of his novels, Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War, has been turned into a movie with the same name.

Posted from the UK, daily Authors : Coleman, Vernon. Too Many Clubs and Not Enough Balls. Place of Publication. General & Literary Fiction. Title : Too Many Clubs and Not Enough Balls. Product Category : Books.

Vernon Coleman (born 1946) is a former general practitioner, and the author of over 100 books, including non-fiction works about human health, politics, cricket, and animal . Too Many Clubs and Not Enough Balls (2005). Animal Experiments Simple Truths (2006).

Vernon Coleman (born 1946) is a former general practitioner, and the author of over 100 books, including non-fiction works about human health, politics, cricket, and animal issues, and a range of novels. How to Protect and Preserve Your Freedom, Identity and Privacy (2006).

Vernon Coleman, British writer. Dr Coleman has presented many TV and radio programmes and written columns for leading newspapers and magazines around the world. Bilbury Pie (Ulverscroft General Fiction). 71326/?tag prabook0b-20. The Young Country Doctor Book 7: Bilbury Pudding.

There are plenty of golf books which describe how to hold a club or cure a hook. There are probably thousands of books describing the careers of golfers who have made fortunes out of doing wonderful things with small white balls. But this book is about people who feel that they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same ball they drove off the first tee. This novel is about people who lose balls, clubs, tempers and, on occasion, the course they're supposed to be playing.

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