I have a large collection of chess books and this is the 4th one I've scanned to date. This is quite an old book which makes it even the more interesting because of the extensive biographies and details written about the players and match at the time - you're find it hard to find this stuff elsewhere.
First published as 2 seperate books, the first after the 1921 match and the 2nd after the 1927 match. They were picked up again and finally combined as one in 1977. They have excellent background descriptions of the matches and other details of the protagonists and all games are annotated by Yates. This book is in descriptive notation. This is a true loving book of chess history.