ISBN: 0-413-65340-4 paperback (1991)
0-434-98182-6 hardback (1990)
Kingswood Press, an imprint of Methuen Press
This unique collection of 42 interviews makes absorbing and
instructive reading, opening new windows on the game today.
Ted Dexter, Raman Subba Row, Wilf Wooller, David Graveney,
David Shepherd, Don Wilson, Keith Boyce (head groundsman at Headingley) and Nancy Doyle (cook in the committee room at Lord’s) are among the men and women from whom Mihir Bose has extracted sharp, often humorous, but always caring observations on contemporary cricket.
Frank Keating in the Guardian:
‘One of the year’s best stocking-fillers.’
Wisden Cricket Monthly:
`What a rich diversity of views and insights is here. For a picture of cricket today, at Test, county, junior, administrative, umpiring, coaching, groundsmanship, catering and journalistic levels, one could hardly ask for more.’
Times Literary Supplement — July 19, 1991:
‘If someone were to bury a time capsule in the hope of providing future generations with a portrait of English life in the late 1980s, Mihir Bose’s consistently engrossing collection of interviews Cricket Voices would be the ideal book to represent cricket.’