May 2019 Paperback Previews

The upcoming Cricket World Cup is very well-catered for in May, with an autobiography from Moeen Ali, more japes from Andrew Flintoff, Derek Pringle’s history of cricket in the 1980s, and Simon Wilde’s history of English cricket. CLR James’ memoir Beyond a Boundary is being reissued by Vintage, and if it’s fiction that cricket lovers are after, then they will be able to turn to Adrian Arlington’s reissued comedy of cricketing manners, The Amazing Test Match Crime, or Nathan Leamon’s The Test, "a fine addition to the painfully thin oeuvre of modern fictional works about cricket", according t...

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