Win a Copy of Beattie Book
Wednesday, 12th Dec 2018 15:47
Author Rob Finch is giving TWTD readers the chance to win a copy of The Greatest Footballer England Never Had: The Kevin Beattie Story, his 2006 biography of the Blues legend.
Rob reprinted a small number of copies of the book after receiving requests from Town fans after Beattie died in September, aged 64.
To win the book, tell us in an email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org arriving before midnight on Sunday which city was Beattie’s birthplace. The winner will be selected at random from the correct answers.
Rob still has a handful of copies of The Greatest Footballer England Never Had: The Kevin Beattie Story which can ordered directly from him. If you mention TWTD when ordering he will throw in the postage for free. Email Rob via email@example.com and pay through Paypal. A donation from sales will be made to the British Heart Foundation.
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