Warwickshire batsman Jonathan Trott is taking part in a special signing session for Warwickshire Members and supporters at Edgbaston this coming Thursday (6 October) to celebrate the release of his autobiography, Unguarded.

Jonathan – who scored 1,051 First Class runs this season and 515 runs in Warwickshire’s victorious Royal London One-Day Cup campaign – will be signing copies of Unguarded in the Edgbaston Shop from 5pm for Members and from 5.30pm for non-members.

Arriving in-store at Edgbaston on Thursday and priced at £20, Jonathan’s autobiography takes readers to the heart of the England dressing room, and to the heart of what it is to be a professional sportsman.

Not only does it provide a unique perspective on a remarkably successful period in English cricket and its subsequent reversal, it also offers a fascinating insight into the rewards and risks faced as a sportsman carrying the hope and expectation of a team and a nation. And it’s a salutary tale of the dangers pressure can bring in any walk of life, and the perils of piling unrealistic expectations on yourself.

Please note that Jonathan can only sign copies of his book that are purchased from the Shop at Edgbaston.