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Oval Reflections

Picture perfect

Sep 11, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Oval Reflections by David Norrie

Martin Williamson

Dad's Army - How Freuchie Took Cricket By Storm

When the little men had their day

Sep 11, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Dad's Army - How Freuchie Took Cricket By Storm by Neil Drysdale

Martin Williamson

Wealding The Willow

Back to cricket's roots

Aug 27, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Wealding the Willow by Robin Whitcomb

Martin Williamson

The Art of Bradman

A labour of love

Aug 26, 2005: Don Bradman surely has to be the most written-about cricketer ever - indeed, few sportsmen can have been the subject of so many books

Relive the drama that was the Edgbaston Test

Aug 10, 2005: A DVD of the remarkable Edgbaston Test is being rush released to satisfy the remarkable public appetite for English cricket

Cricinfo staff

What? No Tipp-Ex?

Jul 28, 2005: A review of cricket scorebook software, Total Cricket Scorer

Andrew McGlashan

Ashes to Ashes - The Rise, Fall and Rise of English Cricket

Melancholic memories

Jul 28, 2005: John Stern reviews Keith Fletcher's book Ashes to Ashes - The Rise, Fall and Rise of English Cricket

John Stern

Darren Lehmann: Worth the Wait

Dreary anticlimax

Jul 28, 2005: Peter English reviews Darren Lehmann's autobiography

Peter English

Colin Blythe: Lament For A Legend

A fragile genius

Jul 26, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

Martin Williamson

Fred Titmus: My Life In Cricket

Not going quietly

Jul 26, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

Martin Williamson

Book Review, July

Cricket - Celebrating the Modern Game Around the World
by Philip Brown and Lawrence Booth

Jul 5, 2005: A review of Cricket - Celebrating the Modern Game Around the World by Philip Brown and Lawrence Booth

Edward Craig

Book Review, July 2005

Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04
by Rahul Bhattacharya

Jul 5, 2005: A review of Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04 by Rahul Bhattacharya

Marcus Berkmann

Bangladesh in England, 2005

A tour of two halves

Jul 1, 2005: Andrew Miller reviews Bangladesh's tour of England, 2005

Andrew Miller

Book review - July 2005

Inside the line at HQ

Jun 16, 2005:

Ed Smith

Book Review - June 2005

The Oval: Test Match Cricket & Old Trafford: Test Match Cricket

Jun 16, 2005: We review two new books by David Mortimer on Tests at The Oval and Old Trafford

Cricinfo staff

Cricinfo's pick of the bunch

Ashes books and DVDs

Jun 16, 2005: This summer's Ashes series has brought in its wake the inevitable flurry of books and DVDs. Cricinfo brings you the best of the bunch

Cricinfo staff

Book Review - June 2005

The Reduced History of Cricket by Aubrey Ganguly and Justyn Barnes

Jun 13, 2005: A review of The Reduced History of Cricket by Aubrey Ganguly and Justyn Barnes

Andrew McGlashan

Book Review - June 2005

The Cricketers' Who's Who 2005 and Playfair Cricket Annual 2005

Jun 13, 2005: Reviews of the 2005 editions of The Cricketers' Who's Who and Playfair Cricket Annual

Daniel Brigham

Book Review - May 2005

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack - Edited by Matthew Engel

Apr 14, 2005: From the dramatic cover picture of the England team in a triumphant huddle to the last of its 1,744 pages, the latest Wisden is in celebratory mood

Des Wilson

Book Review, April 2005

Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04
by Rahul Bhattacharya

Apr 5, 2005: A review of Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04 by Rahul Bhattacharya

Mike Marqusee
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Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs

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This was Jonathan Trott's lowest moment. The moment when the truth could no longer be concealed. The moment when hope vanished for his international future

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