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AB: The Autobiography

The adventures of AB

Sep 1, 2016: AB de Villiers' autobiography delves into his pursuit of excellence, and the highs and lows of being an on-demand international cricketer

Firdose Moonda

White on Green

Pakistan's untold tales

Aug 21, 2016: Tauseef Ahmed, Dera Ismail Khan, Raees Mohammad, Abdul Aziz Durani, a playboy prince and others feature in this affectionate backstory of Pakistan cricket

Kamran Abbasi

Charles Bannerman: Australia's Premier Batsman

What do we know about the first Test cricketer?

Aug 7, 2016: A new biography of Charles Bannerman seeks to explore why his cricketing peak was brief and lonely

Gideon Haigh

Mind the Windows

The fast life of Tino Best

Jul 31, 2016: His autobiography tells the story of a flamboyant cricketer better remembered for a batting innings and a sledge than the pace he worked hard to achieve

Alan Gardner

The Meaning of Cricket

A keen eye, a beating heart

Jul 23, 2016: A collection of Jon Hotten's writing that is lively with insight and anecdote, and informed by the persona of the knowledgeable and fascinated practitioner

Gideon Haigh

Not Out!

A short history of the IPL business

Jul 16, 2016: A new book chronicles the league's off-field progress over its nine seasons and offers a strong argument for why India needs laws to deal with sporting fraud

Suhrith Parthasarathy

Six Machine

The Jamaican kid who became Universe Boss

Jul 2, 2016: Chris Gayle's autobiography presents the man behind the million-dollar mercenary

Andrew Miller

A cricket history lesson for millennials

Jun 26, 2016: The Wisden India Almanack 2016 spans a cricketing year, several decades, and many ideas

Sharda Ugra

The Good Murungu

From Zimbabwe, with love

May 28, 2016: Alan Butcher's memoirs of his time as the country's coach are full of affection, if also marked by disappointments and frustrations

Firdose Moonda

Absolutely Foxed

Foxy and the dragon

May 15, 2016: Graeme Fowler's autobiography talks sensitively and unflinchingly about his battles with depression

Alan Gardner

Following On. A Memoir of Teenage Obsession & Terrible Cricket

Loving English cricket in the '90s

Apr 30, 2016: A new memoir speaks to a generation of fans who were also losers

Andrew Miller

Team Mates

Those pals of mine

Apr 23, 2016: A new collection of essays celebrates the companions you play with

Nicholas Hogg

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2016

Sit back and prepare to be bewitched

Apr 15, 2016: An institution that is far from crumbling, the latest Wisden is once again full of fine stuff in which to lose yourself for hours

Paul Edwards

The War of the White Roses

Yorkshire's bitter Boycott years

Mar 19, 2016: A look back at the county's darkest era, spread over two decades, with Geoff Boycott as its central figure

David Hopps

Mashrafe

Mashrafe's tale

Feb 20, 2016: A new book on the Bangladesh captain is full of personal stories and details of the struggles he endured to become the country's first fast bowling hero

Mohammad Isam

Test Cricket: the Unauthorised Biography

Flavours from a banquet 139 years long

Feb 14, 2016: Close analysis, sharp writing, love of the game, talk about splendid moustaches - a new "biography" of Test cricket has it all

Paul Edwards

Bringing Home The Ashes

How Root urned it for England

Jan 23, 2016: Joe Root's book on the victorious 2015 Ashes series is also a summation of England's mixed and eventful year in international cricket

Alan Gardner

Three books on Richie Benaud

In Richie's company

Dec 20, 2015: Three books on the master commentator and Australia captain offer you the wisdom of Benaud

Paul Edwards

Chasing Shadows

The quest for Peter Roebuck

Dec 19, 2015: A new book about the late great cricket writer tries to unravel the many mysteries that marked his life and death

David Hopps

The Country House Cricketer

Stories from stately venues

Dec 5, 2015: The Country House Cricketer explores English cricket through some of its nobler grounds

Alan Gardner
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Five cricket arguments yet to be solved

Debates that will get you aggravated and typing furious comments. By Jon Hotten
The Cricket Monthly September issue

What's the difference between 19 and 38 years old in Test cricket?

Regardless of your age, you can have a presence on the field. By Nicholas Hogg

    'I had opportunities to leave but I didn't want Zimbabwe to go downhill'

Dave Houghton talks about playing alongside Fletcher and Hick, upsetting big teams, and the team's early Test days

Nepal's hurdles

Their first CEO, Bhawana Ghimire, was seen as a pioneer, but lofty plans have come to naught in the face of a shambolic cricket board
The Cricket Monthly September issue

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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Left-arm quick, right-arm quicker

Lahore Qalandars have unearthed a truly unique prospect in Yasir Jan, an ambidextrous quick who can generate serious pace with both arms

Vote for your all-time India Test XI

In September 2010, as part of ESPNcricinfo's All-time XI series, a jury had selected an All-time India Test XI. Six years later, would you make some changes?

Imran's team or Misbah's: which was greater?

Each had to overcome very different hurdles from the other to become a top Test side

Can New Zealand do an England 2012?

England showed four years ago that India can be beaten at home with the help of four key attributes. New Zealand possess all of them, to a degree, and if they click together, anything can happen

Trott's story emerging with happy ending

Jonathan Trott will leave the game with a smile on his face and many good memories. From the position he was in not so long ago, that is something to be cherished

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