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Look, Junior's written a book

Dec 20, 2013: The story of India's U-19 World Cup-winning captain, Unmukt Chand, gives you an insight into what it takes for young boys in the country to become successful international sportsmen

Sharda Ugra

The Pacemen: 100 Years of South African Fast Bowlers

Men of South Africa

Dec 14, 2013: South African cricket is synonymous with fast bowling, and a new book celebrates the best of it

Firdose Moonda

Howzat: The six sixes balls mystery

Chasing the ball Sobers pasted

Dec 8, 2013: What happened to the inanimate victim of Garry Sobers' famously brutal assault in Swansea in 1968? A new book tries to discover its whereabouts

Clive Ellis

The Ashes Diary

Captain cautious

Dec 1, 2013: Michael Clarke's Ashes diary is guarded - as is to be expected from a book written at this stage of his career

Brydon Coverdale

Masterly Batting

Mathematical, with humanity

Nov 24, 2013: A collection of fine cricket writing on great cricket feats, and never mind the omissions

Alan Gardner

Saving the Test

A flag for the five-dayer

Nov 16, 2013: A new book presents a passionate case for protecting the game's premier format, and an acknowledgement that all solutions begin and end with having a more responsible ICC

Rob Steen

Review: A Handful of Confetti

Delightful, insightful and scandalous

Nov 9, 2013: David Green's tales of county cricket, which he played and then covered, are well-written and loads of fun

Paul Edwards

Review: Raw

An exorcism on paper

Nov 2, 2013: Martin Crowe's autobiography is an admirable, and brutal, effort at self-assessment

Andrew Alderson

At the Close of Play

Ponting's reckoning

Oct 31, 2013: The former Australia captain's biography is a doorstop that offers a detailed and honest account of his career

Daniel Brettig

Review: Lost in the Long Grass

From Sussex with love

Oct 26, 2013: With 24 chapters dedicated to various cricketing characters, former first-class stalwart John Barclay offers us a delightful read

Les Smith

Review: All in a Day's Cricket

Dyed in sepia

Oct 19, 2013: Controversy, romanticism, derring-do and idiosyncrasy - a recent anthology takes us on an evocative ride through cricket's past

Ashok Malik

Review: Underneath the Southern Cross

From golden to mortal

Oct 13, 2013: Mike Hussey's autobiography traces Australia's 2006-07 peak and the decline that followed with candour and insight

Daniel Brettig

Review: Driving Ambition

England's cultural architect

Oct 10, 2013: Andrew Strauss's autobiography is not a book to settle scores or rail at injustice. It's a comfortable read full of decency and discretion

David Hopps

Main Hoon Shahid Afridi

Masala goes Boom Boom

Sep 21, 2013: An unabashedly populist new potboiler uses cricket to offer a window into modern Pakistan

Ahmer Naqvi

Review: The Gloves are Off

A keeper remembers (sort of)

Sep 14, 2013: Matt Prior's up-and-down career makes for a readable story, but the juiciest bits are left out of his new book

Alan Gardner

Jacques Kallis and 12 other Great South African All-rounders

Celebrating South Africa's two-in-ones

Sep 10, 2013: A new book looks at a baker's dozen of the country's finest allrounders

Firdose Moonda

Triumph in Bombay

That subcontinental summer

Sep 7, 2013: A new book on the 2011 World Cup is strong on travelogue, if not as much on the cricket itself

Suresh Menon

Review: The Great Tamasha

India via its cricket

Aug 24, 2013: A new book by a foreign correspondent based in the country offers a wide range of voices, if not much in terms of fresh perspective

Osman Samiuddin

Review: A History of Cricket in 100 Objects

History for those who hate reading it

Aug 18, 2013: A charming collection of essays that bring out several interesting facts, prompting a reader to research deeper into the subject

Suresh Menon

Review: The Tebbit Test

An immigrant's absorbing memoir of the game

Aug 11, 2013: A passionate Pakistan-England fan engagingly explains how sporting allegiances are formed and how they evolve

Saad Shafqat
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The board's latest standoff with its players has had embarrassing consequences internationally, so any resolution now needs to be approached thoughtfully

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What Australia have not done since returning a fractured unit from India is head back to Asia to play an Asian team. Two of their major weaknesses - handling spin and reverse swing - will be tested in the UAE by Pakistan

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