Category Archives: Mysteries

Golf Book Gift Ideas

Looking for golf book gift ideas? Click on  the name the book or the image to buy through Amazon. If you are looking for more advice or additional recommendations, please contact us at our website at the bottom of the

Golf Book Gift Ideas

Looking for golf book gift ideas? Click on  the name the book or the image to buy through Amazon. If you are looking for more advice or additional recommendations, please contact us at our website at the bottom of the

Agatha Christie Golf Books

World Renowned Writers on Golf – Agatha Christie First Editions  Agatha Christie is widely believed to be the most popular fiction writer of all time. Books she has authored have sold over two billion copies globally[i]. In this month’s newsletter we

Agatha Christie Golf Books

World Renowned Writers on Golf – Agatha Christie First Editions  Agatha Christie is widely believed to be the most popular fiction writer of all time. Books she has authored have sold over two billion copies globally[i]. In this month’s newsletter we

Goldfinger First Edition by Ian Fleming

    World Renowned Writers on Golf – Ian Fleming  Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond’s 007 character is one of the most famous writers of the 20th century. Fleming’s novels have sold over 100 million copies worldwide.[i] Goldfinger is

Goldfinger First Edition by Ian Fleming

    World Renowned Writers on Golf – Ian Fleming  Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond’s 007 character is one of the most famous writers of the 20th century. Fleming’s novels have sold over 100 million copies worldwide.[i] Goldfinger is

Golf Mysteries by Herbert Adams

Originally published May 2006  In this issue we explore the golf mysteries of Herbert Adams.  Herbert Adams, the pseudonym for Jonathan Gray, lived from 1874 to 1958. He wrote numerous golf mysteries over his lifetime. Adams often times created arguments

Golf Mysteries by Herbert Adams

Originally published May 2006  In this issue we explore the golf mysteries of Herbert Adams.  Herbert Adams, the pseudonym for Jonathan Gray, lived from 1874 to 1958. He wrote numerous golf mysteries over his lifetime. Adams often times created arguments