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History of the Cricket World Cup - Tony Cozier

Heritage in waiting

Sep 24, 2006: Rob Steen reviews History of the Cricket World Cup

Rob Steen

The England Cricket Miscellany and No Balls and Googlies

Cashing out on quality

Sep 23, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews The England Cricket Miscellany and No Balls and Googlies

Martin Williamson

You Must Like Cricket? Memoirs of an Indian Cricket fan

India's obsession

Sep 18, 2006: In exploring his own micro-obsession the author hopes to throw light on the macro-obsession of world cricket's most powerful nation, a place where Sachin Tendulkar bats and an audience the size of Europe watches

Paul Coupar

A Majestic Innings: Writings on Cricket - CLR James

Threads of gold

Sep 18, 2006: Welcome back to an old classic

Gillian Reynolds

John Wright's Indian Summers

Cardus can wait

Sep 16, 2006: Anand Vasu reviews Indian Summers by John Wright

Anand Vasu

Kevin Pietersen: Crossing the Boundary

More than just the Ashes

Sep 15, 2006: Showbiz, stardom, sixes - they are all here. A little over a year ago Kevin Pietersen etched his name into English cricket history with his Ashes-sealing 158 at The Oval

Andrew McGlashan

Shane Warne: my illustrated career

A picture in waiting

Sep 8, 2006: Daniel Brigham reviews Shane Warne - my illustrated career

Daniel Brigham

Missing the point

Sep 4, 2006: A review of Lord's in the 21st Century

Edward Craig

19-90: Jim Laker by Brian Scovell

The spinner's lot - immortal for a day

Aug 31, 2006: Jonathan Rice reviews 19-90: Jim Laker by Brian Scovell

Jonathan Rice

Willows Wisden Almanack reprints

Making history affordable

Aug 26, 2006: Martin Williamson looks at the man behind the series of Wisden Almanack reprints

Martin Williamson

Book Review

Mushtaq Mohammad - Inside Out

Aug 21, 2006: Andrew Miller reviews Mushtaq Mohammad - Inside Out

Andrew Miller

All-Round Genius: The Unknown Story of Britain's Greatest Sportsman

A true allrounder

Aug 19, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews All-Round Genius: The Unknown Story of Britain's Greatest Sportsman, by Mick Collins

Martin Williamson

A little something for the weekend

Jun 20, 2006: A review of The Fast Bowler's Bible, which promises to make you bowl quicker

Jenny Thompson

A most welcome view

Jun 20, 2006: Hidden Ashes takes a different look back at a remarkable series

Martin Williamson

Denis Compton by Tim Heald

Losing sight of a childhood dream

Jun 14, 2006: Simon Lister reviews Denis Compton by Tim Heald

Simon Lister

Bearders: My Life in Cricket by Bill Frindall

Dry, yes, but certainly not dour

Jun 14, 2006: Will Luke reviews Bearders: My Life in Cricket by Bill Frindall

Will Luke

Keith Miller: the Life of a Great All-rounder by Roland Perry

Fault lines in a hero's tale

Jun 14, 2006: David Frith reviews Keith Miller: the Life of a Great All-rounder by Roland Perry

David Frith

Inattention to detail

May 17, 2006: Bodyline, the ABC-BBC drama broadcast in 1984 now available on DVD, has the rug pulled from under it by the semi-farcical action sequences, the failing of almost every film or TV show ever made about the game

Martin Williamson

The A to Z of Sachin Tendulkar by Gulu Ezekiel

Man of letters

May 16, 2006: Rahul Bhatia reviews The A to Z of Sachin Tendulkar by Gulu Ezekiel

Rahul Bhatia

Reverse Sweep: Confessions of a Cricket Junkie by Gautam Bhimani

Beyond a boundary

May 16, 2006: Dileep Premachandran reviews Reverse Sweep: Confessions of a Cricket Junkie by Gautam Bhimani

Dileep Premachandran
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