Clyde Walcott has been a key figure in world cricket for over half a century. A West Indian batsman and wicketkeeper from 1941 to 1964, he was known as one of the "three Ws" (along with Everton Weekes and Frank Worrell). In the 1970s he was manager of the controversial fast-bowling West Indies Test side which included the likes of Andy Roberts and Michael Holding. He is now chairman of the International Cricket Committee. Full of anecdotes and Walcott's historical scope, this autobiography provides commentary on the way the game has changed internationally over last 50 years.