"Paperback. Fast bowling and controversy have been inseparable since cricket began, but there has never been a more clamorous uproar than that which occurred during the 1923-33 Test series between Australia and England. England, led by Douglas Jardine, had the fastest and most accurate bowler in the world, Harold Larwood. Australia boasted the most prolific scorer of runs the game had ever seen, young Don Bradman, who had punished England's bowlers mercilessly during the 1930 tour. He had to be stopped. Jardine had the weapon and the strategy. Published for the 70th anniversary of the 1932 Bodyline Test series. "
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