Books ‘n’ Films

I am now four books and a movie into my career.

So here they are.

The film ‘Death of a Gentleman’ is a four year journey into cricket administration’s anus. What started as a cricket film moved towards something far more like an sports politics film.

There are reviews.

You can stream on Amazon (UK) or itunes (UK).

You can own the DVD via amazon as well.


Then there is the latest book “Test Cricket: The Unauthorised Biography” which is my history of Test Cricket.  This is a history of how the sport was born, how it evolved, and how it has survived the worst humanity can thrown at it.

There are no reviews, yet.

You can buy paper book in Australia.

You can kindle it from most markets as well.

Then there are my two Ashes books.


“Australian Autopsy” is my book on England’s historic sweat free victory in Australia from 10/11.  It involves me travelling around the Ashes in my first real job as a cricket journalist. And occasional horror scenes. Amazon.

 


“When Freddie Became Jesus” from 2009 is about me being a blogger in that series and following it from practically every different kind of way I could. Amazon.

 

Both are on Kindle.


Then there is “The year of the balls” a book made up of a collection of my blog posts from here of the same year.  It was self published, and largely self edited, and probably a bit different to the rest of the stuff here. Amazon.