I would recommend Gordon Greenidge's autobiography written in 1980.
A few things he said about the Windies 1975/76 tour of Australia:
He states that there is "no such thing as a good Australian umpire."
Absolutely slates Roy Fredericks and Clive Lloyd for not helping him when he was having a torrid time in the first couple of Tests.
He admitted he deserved to be left out of the side but slams the selection committee for promoting Bernard Julien to open.
He gives a fairly fruity opinion of Ian Chappell based on his actions when he was given not out after getting a thick edge to Michael Holding..........and much much more as they say.
He is also openly critical of the selectors who picked Ron Headley ahead of him for the 1973 Tour of England.
In fact he doesn't hold back on anything, and bear in mind that this book was written when he was still a young man and that many of the people he slated were still very much involved in West Indian cricket.