Norfolk Cricket Society member Stephen Musk has had a number of works published in recent months.
Three Brothers from Brandon, written with the much missed Mike Davage, tells the story of Basil, Rodney and Desmond Rought-Rought who all represented Norfolk in the minor counties championship between the World Wars.
Priced at £10 (post free to UK) it is available from Red Rose Cricket Books, further details here.
Overcoming Stigma in Victorian Cricket: The Remarkable Story of Francis Terry, Canada’s Mad Vicar is, as the title indicates, the quite remarkable story of the man widely regarded to be Canada’s best batter at the end of the 19th century.
Priced at £12 (post free to UK) it is available from Red Rose Cricket Books, further details here.
Bart King of Philadelphia: The Father of Modern Swing Bowling – written with Roger Mann, and including input from former England bowler Bob Cottam on the technical aspects of swing bowling – is the story of Bart King, the greatest US cricketer.
Priced at £25 it is available from Troubador Books, further details here.
Read the Five Star review from cricketweb.net here
Stephen is currently working on an account of the Minor Counties XI which defeated the touring South Africans at Lakenham in 1924.