Subtitled Ashes Triumph and England's New Era, 'Broadside' is Stuart Broad's account of England's thrilling Ashes victory in 2015 which came after a disastrous World Cup campaign in Australia and New Zealand.
Chris Gayle - the first man to hit the first ball of a Test for six, the first man to hit a T20I century, holder of many records, but how much do we really know about one of cricket's biggest megastars?
Authors Eliot Cartledge and Tim Lane have won the Littlehampton Book Services Book Of The Year award at the Cross Sports Book Awards for their book 'Chasing Shadows: The Life and Death of Peter Roebuck'.
Released in time for the Ashes in July, the Art Of Centuries is a fascinating exploration into not only the history of those who have managed to achieve the fate of the illustrious triple figure score but also the mental and physical efforts needed by the players to reach it.
Many books have challenged Bradman’s iconic social and cultural status, but this book, 'Greater than Bradman: Celebrating Sachin, The Greatest Batsman In Cricket History' challenges Bradman’s rank as a batsman.
Despite being exiled by England, Kevin Pietersen is never far away from the headlines and this new book by Simon Wilde is a 'revealing and sympathetic' portrait of the Surrey and Delhi Daredevils cricketer.
With the help of his huge network of friends, colleagues, team-mates and opponents, Sir Ian Botham has compiled this wonderful collection of the best and the funniest stories from the world of cricket.
A book investigating the controversial sale of a cricket ball which was supposedly hit for an historic six sixes by West Indian legend Garry Sobers in Swansea in 1968 has uncovered startling new evidence about the auction – and ignited a row involving the bowler on the receiving end of the famous feat.
The Australian and English Test cricketers who fought and survived together in World War II came home knowing the difference between sport and war. They planned to resume the Ashes in a new spirit of friendship. Australia’s legendary captain had something else in mind.
Founded in 1875, Somerset County Cricket Club has provided its members and supporters countless memories over the years. As one of the leading clubs in English cricket they compete closely for honours every season and have developed many top level players through their academy system.
"It is fifteen years since I retired as a first-class cricket umpire, but I have remained very much involved with the game and hope to be so for many more years to come. So much has happened since my last match out there in the middle and I would very much like to share with you some of those adventures - some funny, some frightening - as well as giving you my thoughts on the future of this great game of ours."
The 2012 World Twenty20 promised to be a tournament to remember. This time, Sri Lanka were aiming to win on home soil but they faced challenges from around the globe in one of the most open tournaments to date.
We believe this is the first book published on the ICC World Twenty20 2012 and is currently available as both an e-book and paperback.
The interviews in this book are our favourites from a number we conducted in 2010 and 2011. These were busy times for the game and inside you will read about some scarily accurate Ashes predictions, some intriguing insights into life as a county cricketer and a whole lot more.
We hope you enjoy reading our back catalogue as much as we have enjoyed compiling it.