Luke Fletcher's autobiography, Tales from the Front Line, is now available to purchase online from the Trent Bridge Shop.

The fan-favourite's first venture into print tells the inimitable tale of the Bulwell Bomber's life and times.

Written in conjunction with BBC Radio Nottingham's Dave Bracegirdle, the book is a rollicking ride through Fletcher's journey from flipping burgers in Hooters to winning domestic cricket's greatest prizes.

The Notts stalwart shares the stories, japes and scrapes that have led Stuart Broad to proclaim him as "the best teammate you could ever have," and opens up about the week which saw him go from triumphing in a Lord's final to suffering a career-threatening injury.

Fletcher's memoirs are set to go on wider release in November, with the Trent Bridge Shop being the only place to secure your copy beforehand. Each copy will be hand-signed by the 31-year-old seamer. Make your purchase here.