Produced in partnership with the MCC, One Hundred Lord's Tests is a collector's classic for all lovers of the game.
This beautifully illustrated hardback volume is a celebration of one hundred Test matches at Lord's ground - the home of English cricket.
Each of these Test matches, from the first in 1884 to the hundredth, against the West Indies in the summer of the year 2000, is recorded here with full scores and analysis, brought to life by expert and lively commentary on the match and illustrated with contemporary photographs.
It records over a century of cricketing history in one place: the feats of Grace, Hobbs, Hadlee, Bradman, Gooch and many more, as well as unforgettable moments such as the 1973 bomb scare and the ground's first ever 'streaker'; and of course the ultimate setting of Lord's itself.
Jonathan Rice is a writer on sport and popular culture, with a regular column in Wisden Cricket Monthly from 1982 to 1997. He is a member of MCC, Kent CCC, Surrey CCC, Heartaches Cricket Club, Saltwood Cricket Club and the Cricket Writers' Club. He has written numerous books including The Presidents of M.C.C. (Methuen), The Unforgettable Tests (Methuen), The Complete Cricketer (Blandford) and Curiosities of Cricket (Pavilion). He lives in Kent.