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Brasso, Blanco and Bull

by Tony Thorne

When Tony Thorne first turned up for his medical in 1956 he had little idea of the adventures he would face and the people he would encounter over the next two years in service. Brasso, Blanco & Bull is the...


Jurassic Mary: Mary Anning and the Primeval Monsters

by Patricia Pierce

Mary Anning (1799-1847) was one of the pioneers of the emerging science of geology - the first woman palaeontologist to make important discoveries. After her death, many of her discoveries were credited to the...


Who's That With Charlie?: Lessons Learned and Friends I've Made Along the Way

by Charles S. Mechem & Neil Armstrong

from Introduction by Neil Armstrong:

Charlie Mechem's interests and his background prepared him well for an unusually broad career in law, business, professional sports, and acting as a consultant and advisor...


What Fresh Lunacy is This?: The Authorized Biography of Oliver Reed

by Robert Sellers

Oliver Reed may not have been Britain's biggest film star - for a period in the early 70s he came within a hairsbreadth of replacing Sean Connery as James Bond - but he is an august member of that small band...


With a Woman's Voice: A Writer's Struggle for Emotional Freedom

by Lucy Daniels

Daniels, author of Caleb, My Son, here tells of her troubled childhood, which included bouts of anorexia and mental illness. Her struggle to overcome her problems resulted in a bestselling book and a Guggenheim...


The Bee Gees: The Biography

by David N. Meyer

The long overdue biography of the Bee Gees, by an acclaimed author


The Red Man's Bones: George Catlin, Artist and Showman

by Benita Eisler

The first biography in over sixty years of a great American artist whose paintings are more famous than the man who made them. George Catlin has been called the “first artist of the West,” as none before...


The Lost

by Daniel Mendelsohn

In this rich and riveting narrative, a writer's search for the truth behind his family's tragic past in World War II becomes a remarkably original epic—part memoir, part reportage, part mystery, and part scholarly...


The Best of Friends: Martha and Me

by Mariana Pasternak

Set in a world of luxury and power, this is the story of two remarkable women and a friendship that changed both their lives forever.

For more than two decades, Mariana Pasternak and Martha Stewart were nearly...


Swimming Against the Stream

by Tim Waterstone

Waterstone's was DTI awarded as one of the three most financially successful business start-ups of the 1980s and, culturally, may be considered to have changed the complexion and scale of bookselling in the...


Daydream Believer

by Hugh Massingberd

'Enchanting ...while writing a series of richly comic recollections which had me laughing out loud every few pages, he has also written a book with much more underlying seriousness and much more to say about...


Brief Lives

by W. F. Deedes

‘Concise, wise and compassionate’ Jason Cowley, New Statesman

In this eclectic selection of biographical sketches Bill Deedes remembers some of the key figures of the twentieth century. Political heavyweights...


Other People's Money

by Neil Forsyth & Elliot Castro

Elliot Castro was a gifted outsider, a working-class kid with ambitions who wanted to live the high life but lacked the money to do so. Until, at the tender age of sixteen, he worked out how to use the credit...


Life At The Limit

by Sid Watkins

'It's pretty rare to come across a motor racing book that tempts you to read the thing in one sitting but "Prof" Watkins has produced a gem ... [he] is a superb raconteur, not afraid to speak him mind yet peppering...


The Hustlers

by Douglas Thompson

Invitations to John Aspinall and John Burke's illegal gambling parties were the most sought after in 1950s London - only the wealthy and well-connected were allowed past their door. When the police finally arrested...


My Life As A Spy

by Leslie Woodhead

An award-winning and highly distinguished documentary film-maker, Leslie Woodhead has written a funny, sad and highly atmospheric memoir of what it was like to be hurled into maturity amidst the peculiar circumstances...


Brothers Under The Skin

by Christopher Hope

A brilliant examination of Robert Mugabe dictatorship and the nature of modern tyranny, written by an award winning novelist and journalist.Christopher Hope met his first dictator when he was 6 years old. Dr...


Starting Over

by Denise Welch

Denise Welch has always been open about her life, and has refused to let media intrusions and lies slow her down. But now, as she starts a whole new chapter in her life, she wants to set the record straight...


Queen of the Rising Sun

by Nanny Pat

Life for East End families like Pat's was always a struggle. She worked for years in Tate & Lyle's sugar factory while her husband Charlie took on two jobs so their growing family could survive. Until one day...


Last Man Standing

by Jack Straw

As a small boy in Epping Forest, Jack Straw could never have imagined that one day he would become Britain's Lord Chancellor. As one of five children of divorced parents, he was bright enough to get a scholarship...