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on 30 December 2011
Ironically, I had just started to read this book for a second time when Basil sadly passed away. It is an easy read and well put together by Pat Murphy who is always entertaining. I'm sure a lot more could have gone into the book, but it is an interesting read particularly in relation to the D'Olivera Affair of 1968 when South Africa entered a perriod in the sporting wilderness due to them refusing to allow Basil to play in a test series in South Africa. Basil shows great humility in the book, it is just a shame his undoubted talent was not able to come to the fore sooner.
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