By Ed Hawkins
'The such a lot explosive booklet but approximately corruption in cricket' Lawrence sales space, editor of Wisden Cricketers' AlmanackA startling and robust trip to the very middle of India's unlawful bookmaking that exposes the dimensions of corruption and the match-fixing that now runs rife all through global cricket.
For numerous years Ed Hawkins made associates with India's unlawful bookmakers - males who boast turnover of 1000s of hundreds of thousands of greenbacks consistent with cricket fit - in addition to the corruption officials of the overseas Cricket Council who're attempting to close them down. It's a shady global and rumours abound. yet then Hawkins gets a message that alterations every little thing and he comes to a decision it's time to disclose the reality at the back of match-fixing. Bookie Gambler Fixer undercover agent is a narrative that includes politicians, governing our bodies, unlawful bookmakers and powerless gamers - in addition to corruption, intimidation or even suicide. it's a tale that touches all cricket-playing countries worldwide. it's a tale that each cricket fan needs to learn. you could by no means back watch a cricket fit with no suspicion...
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Premchand’s role is discussed in the next chapter. Premchand, Godan: A Novel of Peasant India, translated by Jai Rattan and P. Lal, 12th Edition, Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 1994, p. 94. DG Varanasi, p. 344. Acharya Shree Chatursen Shastri, “Foreword”, Arogya-Shastra, Delhi, Sanjeevan Institute, 1932. It is interesting to note that at the end of Foreward, Munshi Narayan Prasad Asthana mentioned his designations as Advocate High Court Allahabad, Member Council of State and also as VC of Agra University.
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Bookie Gambler Fixer Spy: A Journey to the Heart of Cricket's Underworld by Ed Hawkins