READ BOOK Ñ How To Kiss A Crocodile & Other Snappy Stories - by MaxWalker #2020


  • Title: How To Kiss A Crocodile & Other Snappy Stories
  • Author: MaxWalker
  • ISBN: 9780908081837
  • Page: 479
  • Format: None

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    MaxWalker
    Maxwell Henry Norman Walker AM 12 September 1948 28 September 2016 was a former Australian cricketer and Australian rules football player Formerly an architect, he worked as a media commentator and motivational speaker and had diverse business interests.On 13 June 2011, Walker was named a Member of the Order of Australia for service to cricket at a national and international level as a player and commentator, and to the community through a range of youth and social welfare organisations.Max Walker was also the author of 14 books with his sales exceeding one million copies This includes seven number one best sellers His first book, Tangles written with Neil Phillipson , was published in 1976 while his 14th book Caps, Hats and Helmets came out in 2006.

    How To Kiss A Crocodile & Other Snappy Stories By MaxWalker

    Commentaires:

    Andy Hickman
    How to Kiss a Crocodile Max WalkerFun stories, I remember as a teenager reading these yarns Loved them This story is a little second hand But isn t that how great stories develop Basically, not even the facts of this one have been changed to make it interesting Isn t it funny how the dangerous a situation may have appeared at the time to all but those involved, the event becomes quite hilarious in hindsight Anyway, judge for yourself in the story of three colleagues whose boat sank into a bill [...]

    Marco
    Walker s third book in the How To series starts off with a rather unusual romance in the Northern Territory and the laughs continue from there.

    Sharon
    Not a bad book, but I had hoped for better Max walker is usually a funny bloke, but this was a tad average.

    bluetyson
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