West Indian fast bowler Tino Best has published his autobiography with a foreword from Andrew Flintoff, whose advice to 'Mind The Windows' has been chosen as the book's title.
It was perhaps an obvious choice, but Best, a bowler capable of delivering 90mph thunderbolts, was always a fiery character and this book details an 11-year career spent mostly in the fast lane - on and off the pitch.
From making his debut against Australia in 2003, to his first wicket after giving Graham Thorpe an earful, to heated exchanges with Shoaib Malik and Kieron Pollard, it is all here.
Not to mention Flintoff's famous sledge at Edgbaston in 2004!
Best, thanks to his personality, charm and love of the playboy lifestyle, is one of the sport's most exciting personalities...but those same characteristics have seen him embroiled in other more difficult situations including racism storms, sex scandals and dressing room battles.
For the first time, Tino tells all, and as well as the foreword from ex-England captain Flintoff, tributes are paid by Piers Morgan, Dickie Bird, Adam Hollioake and Darren Sammy.
Best has written the book with Jack Wilson, the online sports news editor at the Daily Star and a features writer for ESPNCricinfo.
Mind the Windows by Tino Best is published by John Blake Publishing in hardback on 7th April 2016 and priced £18.99. Buy it now on Amazon.