Malcolm Knox is the former literary editor and award-winning cricket writer of the Sydney Morning Herald (where he broke the Norma Khouri story, for which he won one of his two Walkley Awards). His novels include Jamaica, The Life and the Ned Kelly Award-winning A Private Man, and his many non-fiction titles include The Greatest: The Players, The Moments, The Matches, 1993 - 2008 and The Captains: The Story Behind Australia's Second Most Important Job.
"The last word on a seminal chapter in sporting history." Inside Sport "Well worth a look." The Times "[A] marvellous book on the momentous tour by Australian writer Malcolm Knox... Knox tells a fascinating story in exemplary fashion... The sport of cricket attract the best sports-writing, and Knox is worthy of a place in that elite group." The Gazette 'All brilliantly recollected by Malcolm Knox.' School Sport Magazine