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January22

Cricket Web Book of the Year 2016

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sogaus

2016 has been an excellent year for cricket books, and the authors chosen by Cricketweb for our awards have all been exceptionally generous with their time – we are very grateful to all five

January15

Coach

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coach

It would be interesting to know the rationale for the choice of the photograph on the jacket of Darren Lehmann’s new book, as we feel sure he could have chosen a more flattering one

January15

The Summer Field

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summerfield

Next week we announce our Book of the Year. Today we have something unusual; Martin reviewing a book published by the ACS that is not a volume in the ‘Lives in Cricket’ series

January08

New Books – An Overview for January 2017

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It’s that time of year again, and while there can be no doubt there are no fortunes to be made from writing or publishing cricket books, the state of the industry still seems to be healthy enough, certainly in terms of originality and variety.

January01

Brad Hogg – The Wrong ’Un

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bradhogg

Our first review of the New Year is the autobiography of one of Australia’s favourite son. Next week we will have Martin’s regular look at recent books, and those we can expect in the coming months

December18

Dennis Lillee

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dennislillee

How many autobiographies can a man write? In the case of the great Dennis Lillee it is now five and counting, and they seem to be getting better

December18

Perthshire’s Proud Place in Scottish Cricket

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perth

We sometimes wonder how Martin finds some of the things he reviews, and this one certainly falls into that category. He assures us that scouring the internet for obscure cricketing publications is actually quite normal, but no one here believes him, not even Archie Mac!

December11

Bucking The Trend

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bucking

A clutch of Australian autobiographies have just appeared and if the Mac intends to read them all his family won’t be seeing much of him in the coming weeks. His first review is of Chris Rogers’ story