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May26

Behind The Shades

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behind_the_shades

Whilst on the subject of Zimbabwean cricketers we have an old review from Jon, on the subject of Duncan Fletcher’s 2007 autobiography

May19

A Game Sustained

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A-Game-Sustained

For a man who is always happy to remind us he is a Lancashire supporter, it does seem a little odd that Martin reads so many books about Yorkshire cricket

May05

Cricket Tickets

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tickets

Cricket does produce a bewildering range of subjects for the bibliophile, and this new book from Christopher Saunders Publishing certainly finds an unusual one

May05

Moeen

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moeen

This week, better late than never, we get round to looking at one of the best received cricket books of 2018

April28

The Genius

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Jacket (1)

In this self published labour of love Renato Carini examines the legacy left by Victor Trumper, and like others before him demonstrates why cricketers should never be judged by statistics alone

April21

Rosey

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rosey

Two five star books in as many weeks is certainly a first, and not a decision that was taken lightly, but we feel we have a responsibility to tell it how it is

April21

The Greatest Season

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theGreatestSeason

A book to bring back happy memories for Warwickshire supporters, but this splendid reminder of how the English domestic game worked before the advent of T20 should be of much wider appeal