Gun Digest Shooter’s Guide To Shotgun Games

Nick Sisley has been a full-time writer for 45 years, writing exclusively about shotguns for the last 22 years. He is an NSCA and NSSA Level I Shotgun Instructor and an NRA Shotgun Instructor. He is the Shotgun Editor for Sporting Clays magazine, has written for Skeet Shooting Review, ClayShootingUSA, and Ruffed Grouse Society and has previously published thousands of magazine articles and 12 books. IN THIS INSIDER'S GUIDE TO THE GAM...

Day Hikes Around Los Angeles: 160 Great Hikes, 6 Edition

Discover hidden gems of wilderness in the Los Angeles metropolitan area! Despite the imminent presence of the city, there exists thousands of acres of natural, undeveloped land and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. Highlights include year-round waterfalls, wildlife preserves, lighthouses, boardwalk beach strolls, Griffith Park, the famous “HOLLYWOOD” sign, intriguing metropolitan walks, commanding panoramic overlooks, and shady can...

Das Reboot: How German Football Reinvented Itself And Conquered The World

Raphael Honigstein is the top expert on German soccer. He is a columnist for the Guardian and ESPN, writes for Süddeutsche Zeitung and Sport 1 in Germany and appears as a pundit for BT Sport and ESPN as well as Sky Sports in Germany. He is also a regular fixture on the Guardian's award-winning podcast, Football Weekly. Born in Bavaria, he lives in London. A beautiful story, expertly told.” —Per Mertesacker, Arsenal defender and membe...

Fantasy Football For Smart People: A Guide To Winning At Daily Fantasy Sports

Fantasy Football for Smart People: A Guide to Winning at Daily Fantasy Sports is the ultimate assortment of daily fantasy advice, tips, strategies, and league-winning data. A collection of the best daily fantasy football content from the Fantasy Football for Smart People book series, A Guide to Winning at Daily Fantasy Sports will teach you in-depth tactics you can employ to win on DraftKings and other daily fantasy sports sites. You...

The Corridor Of Certainty

Geoffrey Boycott is one of the most outspoken and knowledgeable voices on cricket - but this book opens up a whole, new personal side to his life. Thirteen years ago, he received the diagnosis that tore his world apart: he had cancer of the tongue. Having faced down the fastest bowlers during his career as one of England's greatest-ever batsmen, he now had to take on an even more daunting foe. In this fascinating new book, his first ...

On Pietersen

Wherever he has gone, there seem to have been fallings out. Pietersen left South Afr​​ica to take his chance in England, he moved counties twice, and soon after becoming England captain was caught up in a dispute that led to both him and the England coach losing their jobs. In the summer of 2012, there was a row over texts sent to the opposition, and he was left out of the side, only to be 're-integrated' into the team a few months l...

The Cycling Bible: The Complete Guide For All Cyclists From Novice To Expert

There are lots of great books on Cycling, but this one is the most comprehensive, and discusses everything from selecting the right bike, fitting your bike, cycling gear, different types of riding, basic maintenance, nutrition, stretching and fitness, how to train to reach your fitness goals and different parts of the world to travel to for some fantastic rides. Beautiful Color Illustrations throughout. I am very impressed, and will ...

Ezzard Charles: A Boxing Life

I have been a Bill Dettloff fan for a long time. He is the man who made The Ring Magazine a great read with his superlative writing skill. This book is exquisitely researched and offers a boxing historian like me a new insight into one of the greatest fighters who ever lived. It is so exquisitely researched and well written that I could not wait to read the next page. Anything Bill does he does well and this book on Ezzard Charles is...

Hagakure : Le Livre Secret Des Samouraïs

Écrit entre 1710 et 1717 par le samouraï locho Yamamoto pour des samouraïs, ce précieux code de conduite et de morale est pour la première fois accessible aux lecteurs français. C'est un événement. A l'origine, cet inestimable manuscrit a été préservé jalousement par le clan des Nabeshima, pendant plus de 150 années. Il voulait ainsi garder pour son seul profit l'enseignement du Hagakuré. Le public japonais n’y aura accès qu'au début...