Tom Maxwell

Author

Tom Maxwell, born in Edinburgh, was brought up in Berwick-upon-Tweed and became a lifelong fan of Berwick Rangers, the subject of his first book, The Lone Rangers – An English Club’s Century in Scottish Football (2011). A freelance journalist based in Midlothian, Tom’s journalism has been widely published, particularly in Scotsman Publications, and in The Times. The Lone Rangers was critically acclaimed in the media and by sports fans – Phil Shaw, writing in Backpass, described it as ‘A strong contender for best football book of the year’.

Tom Maxwell, born in Edinburgh, was brought up in Berwick-upon-Tweed and became a lifelong fan of Berwick Rangers, the subject of his first book, The Lone Rangers – An English Club’s Century in Scottish Football (2011). A freelance journalist based in Midlothian, Tom’s journalism has been widely published, particularly in Scotsman Publications, and in The Times. The Lone Rangers was critically acclaimed in the media and by sports fans – Phil Shaw, writing in Backpass, described it as ‘A strong contender for best football book of the year’.

Books

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