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Alice Cooper: Golf Monster is the full account of how Cooper became one of the biggest rock stars on the planet.
An intrepid journey through fearsome landscapes, feral environments, and the untouched and inhospitable wildernesses that make up the world's wildest places.
In the first attempt to tell the full story of Banksy's life and career, Will Ellsworth-Jones pieces together a picture of his world and unpicks its contradictions.
In this innovative graphic biography, Beyonce's genius is explored and celebrated like never before, with fun infographics looking at the highlights and success of her career alongside an insightful narrative telling the story of how a young singer from T
For the curious and smart thinkers, this is science made fun. The ultimate visual guide to the human body as you've never seen it before.
Tapping into the universal desire for 'something sensational to read on the train', this book will be perfect for anyone looking for an irreverent, surprising and sometimes tragic alternative history of the two centuries.
John Le Mesurier was one of Britain's favourite and most recognisable character actors.
Elvis & the Memphis Mafia is the first book to capture the King - the man and the phenomenon - in his full complexity.
Packed with colourful graphics illustrating the how to's, facts and trivia of gardening; FLORA is the perfect gift for those who want to keep their garden green and healthy or looking to start their first garden.
With over 300 photographs - from the 1950s to the present day - all from The Cahier Archive and many previously unpublished, The Pursuit of Speed is the ultimate celebration of Formula One.
Russell Senior is a man too smart to have ever been a pop star. And Pulp were too odd a band ever to have become so big. But we can only be grateful that he was, and they did - and that Freak Out the Squares tells the story in Russell's inimitable, entert
Based on original interviews with the band, as well as their key associates and contemporaies, this will be the first complete, unvarnished account of one of the most notorious acts in British music history: the Happy Mondays.
The first and authorised biography of one of the heroines of post-war British comedy, on radio, film and TV.
Mark Blake has written the definitive history of one of the greatest rock bands of all time.
Bruce Campbell is the ultimate 'B' movie actor. Star of the cult Evil Dead series.
Man vs Money explains the complexities of the economics of modern life and shows understanding a little more economics can improve your life.
Margaret Rutherford was without a doubt one of Britain's best-loved comic actresses.
A witty compendium of musings on modern life from two of Britain's best-loved humourists: Oliver and Matt Pritchett.
The epic story behind the composer of some of the best-known popular songs.
The real story of the Manchester scene in the words of the musicians, promoters, club owners, managers and pundits.
The biography of The Specials' Neville Staple.
Pat Gilbert's definitive biography of the Clash.
Mark Blake's history of Pink Floyd - the first for fifteen years - has already been acknowledged as the final word on this remarkable band's life.
The story of a legendary band and the tumultuous decade that forged them, from one of the world's leading music writers.
Acclaimed rock journalist Ronin Ro chronicles both the man and his music.
Royalty Inc. will combine a history of the British Crown's evolution thorugh the modern age with a journalistic peek behind the curtain at the machinery that sustains the Windsors today.
At once compelling and heart-breaking, The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear is a guided tour of rock 'n' roll's great unmade marvels, and a must-read for all music lovers.
8 September 2016 will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the debut of the world's most successful science fiction television series: Star Trek. In this new biography Lance Parkin, author of Aurum's acclaimed Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore
The Transatlantic Marriage Bureau Husband hunting in the Gilded Age: How American heiresses conquered the aristocracy
The Transatlantic Marriage Bureau tells the story of nine marriages that took place in 1895 between American heiresses and English aristocracy and the unofficial marriage brokers who arranged them, Lady Minnie Paget and Consuelo Yzanga, Duchess of Windsor
From Steve Powers in Philadelphia to Banksy in Bristol, and from Blek le Rat and JR in Paris to Os Gemeos in Brazil and Drewfunk in Australia, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti is the first ever geographical survey of urban art. ï¿½ Now updated
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