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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2017

A glocal celebration of the game

This year's Wisden Cricketer's Almanack casts its eye around England and the world, and acknowledges cricket's role in society at large

Ben Stokes struck his fourth Test century

Firestarter: Me, Cricket and the Heat of the Moment

Categorically Ben

It is easy to pigeonhole Stokes as a brash, combative allrounder, but there's more to him - as his frank autobiography reveals

Darren Lehmann is all smiles during Australia's practice session

Coach

Boof, part deux

Lehmann's second autobiography offers a compelling window into his philosophies and experiences, but it's not quite timed perfectly

Robin Smith and Mark Nicholas celebrate with the Benson and Hedges Cup

A Beautiful Game

Mark Nicholas, cricket romantic

The former Hampshire captain turned commentator's deep love for the game infuses his autobiography with an enthusiasm that is as irrepressible as it is genuine

Mitchell Johnson thinks things over, perched on Mount Eden

Resilient

The full Mitch

Johnson's 392-page autobiography is exhaustive in its chronicling of how a boy from Townsville came to be Australian cricketing royalty

Colin Milburn's match-winning 84 took Northamptonshire to the semi-finals

When The Eye Has Gone

Belly laughs and sadness

A play about the life and untimely death of Colin Milburn conveys the highs and the lows of a unique cricketer

A fan catches the action from behind a Brendon McCullum mask

Declared

Raw and raging

Brendon McCullum's book has the story of his career but also far too much bile and score-settling