They do all the great Got, Not Got series
and plenty of other retro sports titles.
Hull rugby league superhero/supervillain Paul Cooke is on talkSPORT this afternoon – with book events to follow back home in Yorkshire tomorrow and Friday.
Last night saw a packed book launch at Garbutts Bar in Hull, where Paul signed lorryloads of books and met local league fans from both sides of the city’s traditional divide. No doubt which book is going to be on an awful lot of Xmas lists this year in Hull!
“A great time was had by all,” said biographer Adrian Durham (shirt pic, right). “Former England head coach Steve McNamara came along – here he is with Paul (main pic) signing a book. Steve is a Hull lad, good of him to come. He's back in the UK visiting after finishing the season as Sydney Roosters assistant coach in Australia.”
Listen out for Paul Cooke on talkSPORT this afternoon, and then meet him live in Yorkshire on Thursday and Friday:
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from Judas?
If you're from Hull you're either black and white or red and white. No ifs, no buts. Judas is the story of Paul Cooke, a gifted rugby league player who enjoyed glory at Hull FC on the west side of the city's rugby league divide - but caused outrage when he walked out of the club to join bitter rivals Hull Kingston Rovers.
Brutally honest and self-critical, Cooke tells the painful truth in this book, alongside some glorious memories of sporting brilliance. It's the story of the player called 'Judas', Hull's most-hated rugby league son.