Richmond Unchained: The Biography of the World's First Black Sporting Superstar Paperback – 15 Aug 2015
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‘Carefully examined by a writer with an obvious passion for his subject’ (Greg Jenner, historical consultant, CBBC’s Horrible Histories)
‘A fascinating and deeply researched account’ (David Snowdon, author Writing the Prizefight)
About the Author
Luke G. Williams has been a journalist and writer for 15 years. He co-wrote Masters of the Baize (Mainstream Publishing, 2005), which examined the careers of world snooker champions. On publication the book received highly favourable reviews, being named ‘Book of the Week’ by both The Sunday Times and The Independent newspapers. Masters of the Baize was re-printed, revised and updated in 2006. Luke has also worked as a full-time staff writer for uefa.com, sportal.com and euro2000.com, while his freelance work has been published in various outlets including The Guardian, Sunday Express, Snooker Scene and 007 Magazine. He has appeared on BBC Radio Five Live and BBC Radio London among many others. Luke maintains the boxing blog boxianajournal.blogspot.co.uk and has many contacts in the worlds of journalism, boxing and sports media.
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