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August12

Adelaide Oval Pictures 1874-1899

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rsz_whimpressadelaide

For those who like to find their cricket reading at the top of the best sellers list on Amazon, this is not one for you

July29

Pavilions in Splendour

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Pavilions

It may be a book more for those interested in club cricket than the First Class game, but the latest release from specialist publisher Max Books seems to be an excellent addition to the literature of the game

July29

Slayer

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slayer1

With the trend towards self-publishing gathering momentum Martin takes a look at a new book about a Kent pace bowler from the 1950s

July22

Cut Short

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cut short

James Taylor’s acclaimed autobiography reinforces one of life’s most important lessons – never take anything for granted

July08

Irving Rosenwater

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Irving

Next week we should have Martin’s six monthly article about new books, so today we have something different. This is not a review as such, but an article about one of game’s most meticulous researchers, who left behind for future generations one of the most interesting and collectable of all cricketing oeuvres