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About the Author
Mihir Bose, the first BBC sports editor, has written for all the major British papers including the Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph. An award winning author and journalist he has won: Business Columnist of the Year, Sports Reporter of the Year and Sports Story of the Year. His History of Indian cricket was the first Indian cricket book to win the Cricket Society Literary Award. Loughborough University awarded him an Honorary Doctorate for outstanding contribution to journalism and promotion of equality. His 29 books range from biography and history through business and sport and the only narrative history of Bollywood.
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The only books I've read by Mr Bose before have been cricket books. Perhaps I am more tolerant about the use of English in a sports book. Here the writing is long winded, lacks precision, is repetitive and I felt occasionally went into irrelevances. He occasionally speculates where direct information is lacking and does it not very convincingly. I'
As I read this sometimes I wanted to get a red pen out and edit the text. Needs an independent editor to keep a writer's focus clear - all writers need an editor.