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Something Like An Autobiography

by Akira Kurosawa

Translated by Audie E. Bock.

"A first rate book and a joy to read.... It's doubtful that a complete understanding of the director's artistry can be obtained without reading this book.... Also indispensable for...


The Real Girl Next Door

by Denise Richards

IT’S COMPLICATED.

We’ve read the scandalous headlines, watched her sexy breakout performances in Starship Troopers and Wild Things, and seen her many public faces on her reality television show—the beautiful...


Beyond Paradise

by André|Slide, Anthony Soares

The first Latin American actor to become a superstar, Ramon Novarro was for years one of Hollywood's top actors. Born Ram¢n Samaniego to a prominent Mexican family, he arrived in America in 1916, a refugee...


John Arpin: Keyboard Virtuoso

by Robert Popple

Born and raised in Port McNicoll, John Arpin is today regarded as one of Canada's finest keyboard virtuosos, performing at concert halls around the world. This authorized biography is based on extensive research...


Lois Marshall: A Biography

by James Neufeld

Soprano Lois Marshall (1925-1997) became a household name across Canada during her 34-year career. This first-ever biography recounts her dazzling career and paints an intimate portrait of the woman, her childhood...


You'll Be Sorry When I'm Dead

by Marieke Hardy

From childhood dreams of prostitution to her unabashed passion for heavy drinking, from growing up wide-eyed on the set of Australian soaps to her infatuation with Bob Ellis, these are the outrageously entertaining...


All the Things You Are: The Life of Tony Bennett

by David Evanier

The first complete biography of singing legend Tony Bennett

Among America's greatest entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Ray Charles, and Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett alone is still here and at...


The Three of Us: Growing Up with Tammy and George

by Georgette Jones & Patsi Bale Cox

The marriage of George Jones and Tammy Wynette was hailed as a union made in honky-tonk heaven. And when little Tamala Georgette Jones was born in 1970, she was considered country music’s heir apparent.

For...


Writing Movies for Fun and Profit: How We Made a Billion Dollars at the Box Office and You Can, Too!

by Thomas Lennon & Robert B Garant

This is the only screenwriting guide by two guys who have actually done it (instead of some schmuck who just gives lectures about screenwriting at the airport Marriott); “These guys are proof that with no...


A Spectacle of Dust: The Autobiography

by Pete Postlethwaite

After training as a teacher, Pete Postlethwaite started his acting career at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre where his colleagues included Bill Nighy, Jonathan Pryce, Antony Sher and Julie Walters. After routine...


Otto Preminger: The Man Who Would Be King

by Foster Hirsch

The first full-scale life of the controversial, greatly admired yet often underrated director/producer who was known as “Otto the Terrible.”

Nothing about Otto Preminger was small, trivial, or self-denying,...


Starting Over

by La Toya Jackson & Jeffr Phillips

La Toya Jackson was always closer to Michael than anyone knew. In this heartfelt memoir, she pays tribute to his tortured soul—revealing the intimate moments she shared with the deeply troubled pop legend....


What a Wonderful World: The Magic of Louis Armstrong's Later Years

by Ricky Riccardi

Prodigiously researched and richly detailed, this is a comprehensive account of the remarkable final twenty-five years of the life and art of one of America’s greatest and most beloved musical icons.

 

Much...


Fever: Little Willie John's Fast Life, Mysterious Death, and the Birth of Soul

by Susan Whitall

Little Willie John lived for a fleeting 30 years, but his dynamic and daring sound left an indelible mark on the history of music. His deep blues, rollicking rock ‘n’ roll and swinging ballads inspired a...


Nica's Dream: The Life and Legend of the Jazz Baroness

by David Kastin

The first biography of the legendary Rothschild heiress who reigned as New York’s “Jazz Baroness.” It’s a misty night in 1950s New York. A silver Rolls-Royce screeches to a stop at the neon-lit doorway...


Nerd Do Well: A Small Boy's Journey to Becoming a Big Kid

by Simon Pegg

The unique life story of one of the most talented and inventive comedians, star of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Paul, Spaced, and Star Trek.

Zombies in North London, death cults in the West Country, the engineering...


Professional Idiot: A Memoir

by Stephen Steve-O Glover & David Peisner

"It's mind-blowing to me how utterly far gone Steve-O was, and how he looks back on it in this book with such intelligence, humor, and searing honesty. What a truly unbelievable life."

--Johnny Knoxville

From...


So Much to Say: Dave Matthews Band--20 Years on the Road

by Nikki Van

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND has one of the largest and most loyal followings of any band today—after twenty years of constant touring and several acclaimed, multiplatinum albums, the members enjoy a connection with...


I'm Kind of a Big Deal: And Other Delusions of Adequacy

by Stefanie Wilder-Taylor

WARNING TO READERS:

The Author of This Book is Kind of Crazy, Kind of Delusional, and All Kinds of Hilarious

Whether she’s driving a limo for former Family Ties star Justine Bateman, dancing in the dark for...


Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks

by Alwyn Turner

The Daleks are one of the most iconic and fearsome creations in television history. Since their first appearance in 1963, they have simultaneously fascinated and terrified generations of  children, their instant...