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'The evolution of the Fab Four has never before been documented in such a concise, exciting and beautiful way' Damian Keyes, Founder, Brighton Institute Modern Music. VISUALISING THE BEATLES by John Pring & Rob Thomas is a visual guide to one of the world's greatest bands told through stunning infographics. The perfect Christmas gift.
Book 3 in the Johnson & Wilde crime mystery series. Jack and Nina are on the move to the dreaming spires of the city of Oxford. But there's trouble brewing, both for their relationship and the safety of their loved ones...
22 Special Air Service Regiment is world-famous, and famously secretive. For the first time, step inside the closed camp of the SAS and discover what the most elite soldiers of the British Armed Forces are really like - off duty, off guard and up close. This book tells the stories of the men behind the myth.
Arthur Smith's first book for many years, 100 Things I Meant to Tell You brings together 100 stories, poems and articles gathered over a colourful lifetime making a living on the comedy circuit. Covering a huge range of subjects and emotions, this a cornucopia of delight for Arthur Smith fans everywhere.
THE GALANTHOPHILES tells the story of the lives of prominent snowdrop devotees from 1854 to 2014, accompanied by beautiful photographs and illustrations.
SOUND PICTURES offers a powerful glimpse into the mind, the music, and the man behind the sound of the Beatles. The second book of two, SOUND PICTURES traces the story of George Martin and the Beatles' incredible artistic trajectory after reaching the creative heights of Rubber Soul.
`Womack's meticulous research results in a detailed analysis' Forbes online
WHILE IT IS YET DAY is the unputdownable biography of Elizabeth Fry. Radical social reformer and Georgian celebrity, Fry was one of the nineteenth century's most extraordinary women. Averil Douglas Opperman's book is perfect for fans of Mary S. Lovell, Amanda Foreman and Tracy Borman.