New quiz book to help raise funds for IJF

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If you loved the Sport Is the Answer Quiz Book then you’ll be delighted to know that Chris Coley has teamed up with Liz Ashton to create yet another fantastic and fun book for all those quiz lovers out there!

The Best Bloody Quiz Book ever is now available to purchase by visiting and will help raise money for the Injured Jockeys Fund. The perfect addition to your weekly Zoom quiz during lockdown. Test your knowledge with 1000 entertaining, interesting and downright pointless questions!

This new quiz book comes on the back of the successful Sport is The Answer book that sold out! Author Chris Coley had this to say about the latest offering.

“Modesty prevents me saying why you should but this book (for charity) but I won’t argue with the feedback… “what genius questions!” … “The family confirm this is indeed the best quiz book, ever!” … The follow up to my sports quiz book, this one is more general knowledge, with a twist!

His co-author, Liz Ashton said this about the exciting new book.

“Many of us are now whiling away the hours either writing, or taking part in, quizzes.   Almost everyone loves a quiz and they are the perfect way to bring people together during these socially isolating times. It takes a bit of practice to set your questions at the right level, not everyone is an egghead or quite ready for University Challenge! 

With this book, you can still meet up with your friends, virtually, relax and have a bit of a laugh knowing someone else has done all the tedious preparation for you. 
“If you like a quiz but really just want an entertaining evening with friends and family rather than to learn how many miles we are from the sun (151.34 million if you’re interested), this is the quiz book for you.”

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