AB's autobiography mixes bland with interesting

Cricket autobiographies flit between bland and interesting. Those written by current cricketers often err with the former, while their retired counterparts succeed with the latter. AB de Villiers' memoirs fall satisfyingly in the middle.

17 key quotes from Barry Richards' biography

Former South Africa batsman and Hampshire legend Barry Richards is the subject of a new biography, 'Sundial in the Shade. Here are some key quotes from the tome.

Book review: Time To Talk by Curtly Ambrose

Ambrose, dominant as a player but despondent as an observer, consistently rues the decline of West Indian cricket, but punctuates the disappointment with predictions of a return to the top in 15 years.

Book review - Sex and Drugs and Rebel Tours: The England Cricket Team in the 1980s

Peter May finds a new book on England in the 1980s to be informative and entertaining, if short on the promised vice and iniquity.

KP Book Review: Quite Light On Cricket

Peter Miller read Kevin Pietersen's telling autobiography, despite a plethora of excerpts laden across the internet. It is worth the money, but there isn't enough talk about cricket...