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Bang Bang

by Bang Bang

“I always bring Bang Bang in for my most special tattoos—the ones my touring team and I get at the end of a tour to commemorate another successful journey together. Each time, he’s created the definitive...

Young Orson

by Patrick McGilligan

“A remarkable, eye-opening biography . . . McGilligan’s Orson is a Welles for a new generation, [a portrait] in tune with Patti Smith’s Just Kids.”—A. S. Hamrah, Bookforum

No American artist or entertainer...

The Emperor of Sound

by Veronica Chambers & Timbaland

“The most important producer of the decade.”—The New Yorker

Timbaland is indisputably one of the most innovative music producers working today. The Grammy Award–wining producer, rapper, songwriter, and...

I Sailed with Chinese Pirates

by Aleko E. Lilius & Paul French

An enthusiastic history of rampant Cantonese piracy in the 1930s, this first-hand account follows globetrotting journalist Aleko E. Lilius as he sets out to infiltrate mysterious pirate gangs. Describing every...

Bridge House Survivor: Experiences of a Civilian Prisoner-of-War in Shanghai & Beijing 1942¿1945

by Henry F. Pringle

In this never-before-seen account, Henry F. Pringle, a Chinese citizen of British parentage, describes the Japanese occupation of Shanghai from a survivor’s perspective. From the engine room of Imperial Japanese...

Shanghai Policeman

by E. W. Peters & Robert Bickers

Shanghai in the 1930s was one of the world's most dangerous cities, with kidnappings and murders as daily occurrences. British police officer E. W. Peters of the Shanghai Municipal Police leads the way down...

Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life

by David Schlesinger, A. Alyce Claerbaut & Ramsey Lewis

Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life is a stunning collection of essays, photographs, and ephemera celebrating Billy Strayhorn, one of the most significant yet under-appreciated contributors to 20th century American...

Building The Perfect Star: Changing the Trajectory of Sports and the People in Them

by Mac Engel, Bob Ward & Randy White

Today, it is inconceivable for a professional or even small college sports team to go without a coach designated to enhancing conditioning, strength training, and overall performance. But someone had to be first....

Unlimited Income: How to Win the Game of Life

by Kieran Nathaniel Nnamdi Ekeledo

Many people admire the life of an athlete because of the fame and the fortune but most people don’t get to see the daily battles that must be fought when the lights are off. How do you plan for life after...

Gloucestershire Hero: Brigadier Patsy Pagan's Great War Experiences

by Peter Rostron

Small in physical stature Colonel, later Brigadier, Patsy Pagan was seen as a giant by the men of the Gloucestershire Regiment, whom he commanded for over three gruelling years of The Great War. He and his Battalion...

We Fought at Kohima: At Veteran's Account

by Raymond Street

The Japanese advance through Thailand, Malaya and Burma appeared unstoppable and the fate of India looked utterly precarious. The garrison of the Kohima outpost numbering some 1500 British and Indian Army soldiers...

Faith, Hope and Rice: Private Cox's Account of Captivity and the Death Railway

by Ellie Taylor

Fred Cox, a young soldier in the East Surrey Regiment, was taken prisoner by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore in February 1942. The next three and a half years were spent in a series of PoW camps, notably...

Fight the Good Fight: Vocies of Faith from the First World War

by John Broom

Whilst a toxic mixture of nationalism and militarism tore Europe and the wider world apart from 1914 to 1919, there was one factor that united millions of people across all nations: that of a Christian faith....

Rudyard Kipling

by Andrew Lycett

Paragon of English virtues or racist imperialist? Andrew Lycett (acclaimed biographer of Ian Fleming) has returned to primary sources to tell the intricate story of a misunderstood genius who became Britain's...

Dan Carter: The Autobiography of an All Blacks Legend

by Dan Carter

Dan Carter's last game as an All Black culminated with him declared Man of the Match following the 2015 Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham - an unforgettable ending to the career of the greatest fly-half of...

Notes From the Sofa

by Raymond Briggs

From the beloved and bestselling author of The Snowman comes his first book in ten years: a charming and beautifully illustrated work for adults. In Notes from the Sofa, Raymond Briggs traces the course of his...

Lincoln and Shakespeare

by Michael Anderegg

It was the measure of Shakespeare's poetic greatness, an early commentator remarked, that he thoroughly blended the ideal with the practical or realistic. "If this be so," Walt Whitman wrote, "I should say that...

How To Free Self-Think To Be Creative

by Leon Halfon

If it is not scientific, or if it is not a universal truth, or if it is not wisdom, or if it does not unit all people, or if it is not good moral-humane, then it is not free self-thinking-understanding, because...

Exodus The Story of Prophet Moses (Musa) & Prophet Aaron (Harun) In Islam

by Muham Sakura Dragon

Prophet Musa ibn Amram known as Moses in the Hebrew Bible, is considered a prophet, messenger, and leader in Islam. In Islamic tradition instead of introducing a new religion, Moses is regarded by Muslims as...

Phillip Hughes

by Malcolm Knox & Peter Lalor

Drawing on almost 100 interviews and featuring scores of images from the Hughes family's personal collection, this is a stirring biography about the life of Phillip Hughes: son, brother, friend, farmer, cricketer,...