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Elmer Iseler: Choral Visionary

by Walter Pitman

In a career that spanned five decades, Elmer Iseler, who became the country's most decorated musician, was pivotal to the development of choral music in Canada.


American Titan

by Marc Eliot

From the veteran New York Times bestselling biographer comes a major, in-depth look at one of the most enduring American icons of all time, “the Duke,” John Wayne.

As he did in his bestselling biographies...


Travels with My Harp: The Complete Autobiography

by Mary O'Hara

Inspirational and entertaining, this autobiography chronicles the life of a performing artist with a deeply devout outlook. Mary O’Hara won global acclaim as a singer and harpist, yet behind public success...


Hedley: Fan Lowdown

by Karen Bliss

The story of the top-selling Canadian band told through anecdotes from their fans.


Soap Opera

by Eileen Fulton

Real-life star of As the World Turns for over forty years, actress and novelist Eileen Fulton weaves a sizzling tale that could only come from someone with an insider's savvy about what happens on a TV soap--after...


Everything Is Connected: The Power Of Music

by Daniel Barenboim

'The power of music lies in is its ability to speak to all aspects of the human being-the animal, the emotional, the intellectual, and the spiritual. Music teaches us, in short, that everything is connected'...


Handbook for an Unpredictable Life: How I Survived Sister Renata and My Crazy Mother, and Still Came Out Smiling (with Great Hair)

by Rosie Perez

Oscar-nominated actress Rosie Perez’s never-before-told story of surviving a harrowing childhood and of how she found success—both in and out of the Hollywood limelight.

 

Rosie Perez first caught our attention...


Shut It!: The Inside Story of the Sweeney

by Pat Gilbert

The Sweeney broke the mould for British cop shows. Until it was broadcast, they’d been rather stolid, sometimes quaint, dramas like Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars and Softly, Softly about policemen – or even...


Is This the Real Life?: The Untold Story of Queen

by Mark Blake

Queen are unique among the great rock bands. It is nearly twenty years since frontman Freddie Mercury’s death brought the band to an end – yet their fanbase remains massive. They appeal equally to men and...


Do You Think That?s Wise: The Life of John Le Mesurier

by Graham McCann

Best known for Dad’s Army, in which his Sergeant Wilson played the languid, rakish foil to Arthur Lowe’s pompous, chippy Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier was one of Britain’s favourite and most recognisable...


Tom Waits on Tom Waits: Interviews and Encounters

by Paul Maher

Tom Waits may just be what the Daily Telegraph calls him: ‘the greatest entertainer on Planet Earth.’ He is also a shape-shifter who, over a span of almost four decades, has restlessly transformed his song-writing...


Inside the Whimsy Works: My Life with Walt Disney Productions

by Jimmy Johnson & Greg Ehrbar

In this never-before-published memoir from the vaults of the Walt Disney Archives, Disney Legend Jimmy Johnson (1917-1976) takes you from his beginnings as a studio gofer during the days of Snow White and the...


Dad's War

by Chris Tarrant

The Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller

Chris Tarrant and his father Basil were very close, they played sport together, watched sport together and shared the same sense of humour. Chris loved and admired his father...


Coast to Coast: A Family Romance

by Nora Johnson

Nora Johnson was a young child when her parents' marriage collapsed. Her father, Nunnally Johnson, the writer, producer, or director of many acclaimed movies, such as The Grapes of Wrath and The Dirty Dozen,...


A Year with the Producers: One Actor's Exhausting (But Worth It) Journey from Cats to Mel Brooks' Mega-Hit

by Jeffry Denman

A behind-the-scenes story with more than a touch of theatrical magic about it, A Year with The Producers is a book for actors and theater fans everywhere.


Walking a Golden Mile

by Neil Chanlder & William Regal

The bare-fisted brawler from Blackpool, England tells his story of fortune and fumbling on the road to the WWE’s higher ranks.

Since joining the WWE in 2000 as a goodwill ambassador from Great Britain, William...


The Tastemaker

by Edward White

A revealing biography of the influential and controversial cultural titan who embodied an era

The Tastemaker explores the many lives of Carl Van Vechten, the most influential cultural impresario of the early...


You'll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again: One Woman's Painfully Funny Quest to Give It Up

by Heather McDonald

New York Times bestselling author, comedian, and Chelsea Lately writer Heather McDonald’s hilarious true story of finding herself in the predicament of being an unwilling virgin at the age of twenty-seven....


Hollywood: A Third Memoir

by Larry Mcmurtry

"One thing I’ve always liked about Hollywood is its zip, or speed. The whole industry depends to some extent on talent spotting. The hundreds of agents, studio executives, and producers who roam the streets...


Men Are Stupid . . . And They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery

by Joan Rivers & Valerie Frankel

Red-carpet fashion laureate, comic icon, and outspoken superstar Joan Rivers is uniquely qualified to talk about plastic surgery -- because she's one of the few celebrities unafraid to admit to the world what...