Seoul Glow (Pitch Publishing, 2018)
Spoke to all 16 hockey golden Olympians for the story behind their Seoul gold in 1988. Their heroics stirred a nation at dawn on October 1.
‘One of the great sports books. As thorough and accessible as you could want, this is the ultimate retelling of Britain’s last great amateur sporting success.’
555 (Pitch Publishing, 2016)
Charted the incredible story of Pakistani squash legend Jahangir Khan with fellow author Alan Thatcher.
‘JK’ blazed all before him in the 80s, winning countless British and world titles, going undefeated for over five years. We also unravelled whether it really was 555 matches he went unbeaten.
Trading Secrets (Pitch Publishing, 2015)
Spoke to eighteen of the game’s greats on their famous on court battles and how they rose to the top.
‘For lovers of the noble art this is a must read‘
Shot and a Ghost: A year in the brutal world of professional squash (2012)
Nominated in 2012 for William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, the first self-published book to do so.
At the awards, the book was likened by judge John Inverdale to a “record you make in the garage which goes on to break the top 10.”
‘One of the sporting reads of the year’ – The Guardian
‘Searingly honest’ – The Telegraph
The Pal Effect: A Faroe Islander’s Quest for Swimming Glory (Chequered Flag, 2015)
The story behind a Faroese swimmer’s rise to glory. It sparked a wonderful week in the Faroes to interview Pal and travel the islands. Scheduled for publication in Scandavian.
Wandsworth Companion (History Press, 2009)
My first book. A Schotts-style miscellany on the London borough. Essential loo reading.