Martin Chandler - ARTICLES

February16

Papa Joe: 80 Not Out

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papajoe

There are precious few cricket books published in South Africa as it is, without those that do appear being restricted to short print runs and distributed privately

February16

Under My Thumb

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bernard

With this review Martin looks at a privately published book he missed in 2011, which is the second one in a week – it is at this point we feel obliged to underline that our six monthly previews are not intended to be comprehensive

February09

A Look at Louis Duffus

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Louis_Duffus

South Africa has not produced too many noted cricket scribes and, technically, did not produce this gentleman either, but we are still going to treat him as the first noted South African writer on the game

February01

The Cricket Quarterly

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CQ

Following on from his post about Rowland Bowen a couple of weeks ago Martin, as promised, now profiles his enduring gift to all cricket tragics and bibliophiles

January26

The Judge

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judge

We are a little late to the party on this one, but it would appear from Martin’s review that the positive reaction to the publication of Robin Smith’s autobiography last year was fully justified

January26

Stourbridge CC Test Cricketers

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stourb

Occasionally reviews slip through the net, like this one that Martin had filed with a collection of family photographs by mistake. It is therefore 18 months late, so the book may no longer be available