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    ASAF

    A Spy Among Friends (Hardback)

    Ben Macintyre


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    Along with his 'friends' Nicholas Elliott and James Jesus Angleton, Kim Philby was one of the rising stars in the intelligence world during the early years of the Cold War. The three spies drank in the same bars, wore the same suits and spoke with the same accents, but Philby had one secret he never revealed to MI6 agent Elliott and CIA agent Angleton - he was covertly working for Moscow. An agent, double agent, traitor and enigma, Ben Macintyre's A Spy Among Friends looks at how Philby managed to hide his true identity for so long. It's a gripping tale of duplicity, loyalty, trust and treachery, made all the more startling as it is true. Macintyre draws on detailed research and newly released MI5 files, along with family papers, to deliver the definitive biography of what may well be the great secret of the Cold War. The book also comes with an afterword from John Le Carre.
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    BILLY

    When Fraser Met Billy (Hardback)

    Louise Booth


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    Rescued from an abandoned house, Billy the cat transformed young autistic Fraser's life when the two first met at a cat protection shelter, and now the pair are inseparable. This is Billy's mother Louise Booth's account of the bond between one boy and his pet. Watching her son evolve from being an anxious and emotional little one prone to tantrums through to a less stressed and altogether more stable child with a brighter future. A book that will appeal to fans of A Street Cat Named Bob, When Fraser Met Billy is a poignant, touching and heart-warming read.
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    PMON

    Mid-term Report (Hardback)

    Phil Redmond


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    Mid-term Report is a candid, insightful and humorous memoir from Phil Redmond, the creator of Grange Hill, Brookside and Hollyoaks. In the autobiography, he describes how his modest upbringing in Merseyside lead him to create three of Britain's most popular ever television dramas. All three shows were groundbreaking and managed to entertain audiences of millions, as well as introducing unforgettable characters such as Tucker Jenkins, Jimmy Corkhill and Tony Hutchinson. An inspirational read, Redmond reveals all about his influences, his life growing up and how his innovative and pioneering approach to television drama has won him numerous awards and accolades, as well as a few complaints!
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    The Animals' VC For Gallantry and Devotion (Hardback)

    David Long


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    David Long's The Animals' VC: For Gallantry and Devotion tells how there have been just 63 recipients of the Animals' Victoria Cross award. Awarded for 'Conspicuous gallantry or devotion to duty while serving in military conflict', this book reveals all about the heroic, touching and stirring stories. True tales of heartrending devotion and duty are told from first hand accounts and from the citations themselves. There's Rip the terrier who is credited with saving upwards of 100 lives after sniffing out survivors buried after bombing raids during WWII, Judy the pointer, who was the hero of a Japanese Prisoner of War Camp and Simon the ship's cat who, though injured, continued to stay with his crew under fire. The book has been written in a spirit of celebration, and is intended to provide a lasting memorial to the remarkable animals and the men and women who came to rely on them.
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    The Owl Who Liked Sitting on Caesar (Hardback)

    Martin Windrow


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    Fans of A Street Cat Named Bob and When Fraser Met Billy will enjoy this moving and personal memoir about the deep bond that exists between man and animal. When author and historian Martin Windrow first met Mumble, it was love at first sight. Raising her from a fledgling owlet through to her development into a fully grown owl, first in secret in a south London tower block and then in a Sussex village, The Owl Who Liked Sitting on Caesar is an intriguing and eccentric story that will appeal to anyone who loves pets. The book also gives an insight into the ornithology of owls and is told in a beautifully quirky and charming style, all complemented by personal photographs of Mumble herself.
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    SECR

    Secret Days: Codebreaking in Bletchley Park (Hardback)

    Asa Briggs


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    Written by Lord Asa Briggs, one of Britain's most important historians, Secret Days: Codebreaking in Bletchley Park: A Memoir of Hut Six and the Enigma Machine is a meticulously researched account of life in Hut Six in Bletchley Park during the Second World War. In addition to discussing the progress of the Allies'code-breaking efforts and how this impacted on the war, Lord Briggs considers what the Germans knew about Bletchley. He also discusses how the Germans reacted to revelatory memoirs about the Enigma machine which were not made public until the 1970s. A fascinating read for anyone interested in wartime history.
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    The Wisdom of Compassion (Hardback)

    His Holiness The Dalai Lama


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    Get a rare insight into the life of the Dalai Lama with this inspirational book. Through captivating anecdotes, The Wisdom of Compassion reveals how the Dalai Lama has learned lessons from his meetings with remarkable people from all walks of life and used these to become a better and more rounded individual. Approaching the world with humour, dignity and optimism, the book covers how the Dalai Lama not only empathised with those who are suffering, but also demonstrated the benefits of practising forgiveness and compassion. Drawing on some of unique friendships formed over seven decades of practice, this captivating book, written by the Dalai Lama with Victor Chan, shows how when you open your heart and mind to others, you can not only overcome adversity, but also find happiness and fulfilment.
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    TEET

    Teenage Tommy (Hardback)

    Richard Van Emden


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    At just 16 years old, Benjamin Clouting embarked with the British Expeditionary force for France in August 1914. Following this, he served on the Western front during every major engagement of the First World War except Loos, being wounded twice and having his horse shot from under him during a cavalry charge. Always wanting to be a soldier, he signed up for the force in 1913, meaning his training had barely completed by the time war broke out. Even though the Regiment tried to stop him going to France as he was under age, Ben flatly refused and went to serve under some of Britain's greatest war officers, including Major Tom Bridges and Captain Hornby. These memoirs, edited by Richard Van Emden, offer a detailed account of life during the war, covering everything from the desperate fighting to hold back the German onslaught at 2nd Ypres to the camaraderie and bonds built between those situated in the trenches.
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    DEMC

    Where Memories Go: Why Dementia Changes Everything (Hardback)

    Sally Magnusson


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    The talented broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson provides an emotional insight into what it is like when someone close to you is suffering from dementia in Where Memories Go. Sally's mother, Mamie Baird Magnusson, was hailed as one of the finest journalists of her generation and this book shows how dementia crippled her as she desperately resolved to retain a grip on her life. Mamie was previously married to Mastermind presenter Magnus Magnusson and together they had five children, of whom Sally is the eldest. This book chronicles the anguish, frustrations and unexpected moments of brightness that the family experienced as dementia took hold of Mamie's life. As well as her personal experiences, Sally also seeks expert advice on how to live with the disease and asks penetrating questions about how we treat older people and what it means to be human...
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    REED

    Lou Reed - The Life (Hardback)

    Mick Wall


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    When Lou Reed died in October 2013, the legendary rock musician received acclaim and plaudits from all corners of the music industry. After following his role in The Velvet Underground with a solo career that brought the world the likes of Perfect Day, Walk on the Wild Side and Satellite of Love, not to mention the iconic albums Transformer and Berlin, his influence shines through to this day. Living a colourful and varied life, Reed poured his emotions and experiences into his lyrics and this book, written by lifelong fan Mick Wall, examines the often misunderstood genius of the man behind the music. From the ECT treatment that scarred him at 17 to his three marriages, his experimental private life and his cultural influences, this is a book that shows how Lou Reed's darkly honest approach changed the ideals of rock music forever.
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    RHOR

    On the Road (Hardback)

    Richard Hammond


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    Richard Hammond, Top Gear host and all-round petrolhead, reveals all about eight of the most significant road journeys he has ever undertaken in On the Road. Telling the story of his early life through driving episodes, the Hamster remembers seaside trips in the back seat of his dad's car, the first time he rode his red bicycle and his first journey on a motor cycle. He also recalls his job as a furniture delivery man, driving in and around Ripon. Emotionally written but with a strong dose of his balanced and self-deprecating humour, Richard evokes strong memories as he remembers back to - and shares with us - how much these journeys have impacted on his life.
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    QVIC

    Between the Lines: My Autobiography (Hardback)

    Victoria Pendleton


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    An honest and emotional autobiography from the Golden Girl of British Cycling, Victoria Pendleton reveals all in Between the Lines. Co-written by Donald McRae, the book provides a fascinating insight into the life of an elite athlete and just what happens when they fall out of love with a sport that has become all-consuming. A hugely successful cyclist with Gold medal wins in the World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Olympics, Victoria was on top of the world, but then it all started to go wrong and the cracks and strains of the extreme pressure she put herself under started to show... In candid detail, Victoria explains why she almost turned her back on cycling before rediscovering her Championship-winning form.
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    TMTA

    Is It Really Too Much To Ask? (Hardback)

    Jeremy Clarkson


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    Jeremy Clarkson is one of our most opinionated celebrities and Is it Really too Much to Ask? is the fifth book in the World According to Clarkson series. Once again, the popular Top Gear presenter casts his eye on the world in general and lets his feelings known about all manner of subjects. Attempting to navigate his way through all the silliness and idiocy in the world, Clarkson sometimes surprises himself by finding things he actually likes. Taking issue with whatever nonsense gets in the way of his constant search for brilliance, this book is both pithy and provocative, not to mention hilarious. Throughout the pages, Jeremy asks 'Why should we accept things that are rubbish?', 'Shouldn't things work?' and 'Shouldn't someone actually care?'.
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    CHFW

    Churchill's First War (Hardback)

    Con Coughlin


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    Over a century ago, British troops were fighting a vicious frontier war in Aghanistan and Winston Churchill, then a young cavalry lieutenant, wrote a vivid account of his experiences. More than 120 years later, The Story of the Malakand Field Force remains required reading for both British and American military commanders. This book, Churchill's First War, finds acclaimed author and journalist Con Coughlin telling the story of the campaign in Afghanistan and combines historical narrative with interviews from the key players and an analytical approach. A highly interesting book for anyone with an interest in military history, this hardback was one of David Cameron's holiday reads!
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    ALWH

    A Long Walk Home (Hardback)

    Judith Tebbutt


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    While on an adventurous holiday in Kenya, Judith Tebbutt's life changed forever when she was dragged into the depths of despair in lawless Somalia. After her husband David was murdered, Judith was captured by pirates and forced to endure enforced isolation and near starvation at their hands for 192 days. A Long Walk Home describes this horrific experience and how she managed to survive. Held hostage in a squalid room with a large ransom over her head, Judith learned that the responsibility of securing her release now rested with her son Ollie. With a tremendous amount of faith in her son, Judith resolved she would survive, doing everything she could to make her captors see her as a real human being. A powerful and unflinching account of this awful time, this book is a testament to resilience and the importance of family.
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    SMMK

    Secrets My Mother Kept (Hardback)

    Kath Hardy


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    An inspirational and moving true story, Kath Hardy's Secrets My Mother Kept is extremely powerful and shows how truth and lies can keep families together and also destroy them. Kath grew up on a vast council estate in 50s London and the two most important people in her life were her manipulative mother Flo and her sister Aunty. But following her mother's death years later, Kath discovers a secret bundle of letters that shows the sisters were keeping secrets, one of which would cast a harrowing shadow over Kath and her sibling's lives...
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    Ian Fleming and SOE's Operation POSTMASTER (Hardback)

    Brian Gordon Lett


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    A thrilling operation that involved Ian Fleming and surely inspired him to create James Bond, this book provides details of a daring and successful SOE Operation during the Second World War. Written by Brian Gordon Lett, an experienced criminal QC, the book uses recently released top secret archive material to discuss the true story of a force of 'licensed to kill' secret agents who, in a daring mission, sailed a ship to West Africa and stole three enemy ships from a neutral Spanish port on the volcanic island of Fernando Po.
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    ENIS

    Jessica Ennis: Unbelievable (Hardback)

    Jessica Ennis


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    On 4 August 2012, Jessica Ennis kicked off possibly the greatest night in British sporting history when she won the heptathlon gold medal during an incredible night at the Olympic Stadium. After being hailed as Team GB's poster girl for the Games, the pride, excitement and relief on her face was clear for all to see.

    Unbelievable is her refreshingly candid account of how she managed to achieve her childhood dream of becoming the world's greatest all-round female athlete. With a girl-next-door reputation, Jessica reveals how behind all the smiles and politeness, her career has been a roller-coaster ride.

    From thinking her career might be over when she was injured just before the Beijing Olympics to rebuilding her career and technique to reign victorious at London 2012, this is an inspiring tale of following your dreams, no matter what life throws at you.
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    HARS

    Harry (Hardback)

    Alice Montgomery


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    An insightful read for any One Direction fan, this biography reveals all about Harry Styles. Fully up to date, it tells the story of the young singer's career from auditioning for The X Factor while working at a Saturday bakery through to his ascent as a member of the world's most famous boyband. With such a rapid rise to fame, the book asks how did Harry cope with it all and what happened when the band began to take off in the USA? A popular ladies' man, in this biography Alice Montgomery reveals the truth behind the rumours of Harry's love life and his relationships with Caroline Flack and American superstar Taylor Swift, as well as the shock affair with married DJ Lucy Horobin. Laying bare the truth behind the rumours, the book also asks what will come next for Harry and his 1D bandmates?

    Please note this book contains content that may be deemed inappropriate for younger readers.
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    TRGE

    The Real Great Escape (Hardback)

    Guy Walters


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    An in-depth study of a famous escape adventure during the second world war, Guy Walters' The Real Great Escape is a fascinating read for anyone interested in military history. In early 1942, the Germans opened Stalag Luft III, a top-security prisoner-of-war camp for captured Allied airmen. The camp soon came to contain some of the most inventive and brave escapers the world has ever known - who performed an escape that would be immortalised in the classic film The Great Escape. This book takes a fresh look at the remarkable event by examining how it was really achieved and assessing the complex nature of the man who led it.
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    GDOS

    Gardens of Stone (Hardback)

    Stephen Grady


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    Written by Stephen Grady OBE, a man recruited by the French Resistance when he was just 16, Gardens of Stone is an extraordinary wartime memoir. Covering Stephen's extraordinary life, the book combines an adventure story with a poignant coming-of-age tale. Arrested aged 14 for the crime of sabotage and threatened with deportation or the firing squad, Stephen is eventually released two years later. Under the threat of imminent betrayal, he learns the arts of clandestine warfare and - in a shocking moment that his haunted him throughout his life - how to kill. Stephen made such an impact with his work for the French Resistance that he was awarded the Croix de Guerre and the American Medal of Freedom and this book offers an insight into his staggering life story.
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    NPAT

    Penny Sweets and Cobbled Streets: My East End Childhood (Hardback)

    Nanny Pat


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    Written by Nanny Pat, the star of ITV2's The Only Way is Essex, Penny Sweets and Cobbled Streets: My East End Childhood vividly captures a lost way of life as she looks back over her colourful youth. Nanny Pat has always been at the heart of her family and her children and grandchildren still regularly pitch up at her house for a cup of tea, her famous sausage plait and some wise advice. Now, with her trademark warmth and humour, she evokes the East End of her childhood. With great character and wonderful anecdotes, this delightful memoir vividly captures a lost way of life and will appeal to any fans of TOWIE and the book even includes a recipe for Jellied Eels!

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    AHTMQ

    Olivier (Hardback)

    Philip Ziegler


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    Hollywood superstar; Oscar-winning director; greatest stage actor of the twentieth century. The era abounded in great actors - Gielgud, Richardson, Guinness, Burton, O'Toole - but none could challenge Laurence Olivier's range and power. By the 1940s he had achieved international stardom. His affair with Vivien Leigh led to a marriage as glamorous and as tragic as any in Hollywood history. He was as accomplished a director as he was a leading man: his three Shakespearian adaptations are among the most memorable ever filmed. And yet, at the height of his fame, he accepted what was no more than an administrator's wage to become the founding Director of the National Theatre. In 2013 the theatre celebrates its fiftieth anniversary; without Olivier's leadership it would never have achieved the status that it enjoys today. Off-stage, Olivier was the most extravagant of characters: generous, yet almost insanely jealous of those few contemporaries whom he deemed to be his rivals; charming but with a ferocious temper. With access to more than fifty hours of candid, unpublished interviews, Philip Ziegler ensures that Olivier's true character - at its most undisguised - shines through as never before.
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    CMOR

    Moranthology (Hardback)

    Caitlin Moran


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    Possibly the only drawback about the bestselling "How To Be A Woman" was that its author, Caitlin Moran, was limited to pretty much one subject: being a woman. "Moranthology" is proof that Caitlin can actually be 'quite chatty' about many other things, including cultural, social and political issues which are usually the province of learned professors, or hot-shot wonks - and not a woman who once, as an experiment, put a wasp in a jar, and got it stoned. These other subjects include: Caffeine; Ghostbusters; Being Poor; Twitter; Caravans; Obama; Wales; Marijuana Addiction; Paul McCartney; The Welfare State; Sherlock; David Cameron Looking Like Ham; Amy Winehouse; Elizabeth Taylor's Eyes; Michael Jackson's Funeral; 'The Big Society'; Big Hair; Nutter-letters; Failed Nicknames; Wolverhampton'; Squirrels' Testicles; Sexy Tax; Binge-drinking; Chivalry; Rihanna's Cardigan; Boris Johnson - Albino Shag-hound; Party Bags; Hot People; Transsexuals; The Gay Moon Landings; and My Own, Untimely Death.
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    CHUH

    Churchill: The Power of Words (Hardback)

    Sir Winston S. Churchill


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    Edited by his official biographer Martin Gilbert, Churchill: The Power of Words contains 200 extracts from Winston Churchill's own personal books, articles and speeches that reflect his life story, career and philosophy. The hardback book features everything from intimate memories of Churchill's childhood through to his debates on social policy, war and political causes. Fascinating reading for anyone interested in politics, the book is an illuminating, fascinating and compelling portrait of both the public and the private Churchill, told in the legendary prime minister's very own words.
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    WINT

    Winter Journal (Hardback)

    Paul Auster


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    Fans of Paul Auster, the bestselling American author of Sunset Park and the New York Trilogy, will not be disappointed by this incredibly powerful portrayal of his early life, told in part through the relationship with his mother. Written in the second person with uncommon power and grace, the journal advances from one autobiographical fragment to the next, jumping backwards and forwards in time. A deeply personal book, Auster takes readers from his childhood through to the brink of old age, covering all the pleasure and pain he's lived through along the way. It especially focuses on the abandonment of his family by his father. 30 years after publishing his first book of prose, The Invention of Solitude, this second memoir looks straight into the heart of what it means to be alive.
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    ICTM

    Call the Midwife - Illustrated Edition (Hardback)

    Jennifer Worth


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    A large and beautifully illustrated edition of Jennifer Worth's bestselling memoir Call the Midwife, this hardback would make a fantastic gift for any fan of the book or popular BBC adaptation starring Jessica Raine, Miranda Hart, Pam Ferris and Vanessa Redgrave. Focusing on the nuns and midwives who brought so many babies into the world during the 1950s, the book includes photographs of the Docklands, the families, housing, health service and food of the time. A perfect insight into how life was lived during this era, this is a beautiful addition that really brings 1950s' London to life.
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    AMYW

    Amy, My Daughter (Hardback)

    Mitch Winehouse


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    The tragic death of Amy Winehouse in July 2011 shocked her loyal fans. In Amy, My Daughter, her father Mitch Winehouse offers readers full access to the Rehab singer's mischievous early years, her rapid rise to stardom and her losing battle with addiction. Telling her incredible story in full, this book is both powerful and poignant and a fitting tribute to Mitch's much-loved and much-missed daughter. The book brings many layers of the iconic singer's life together - the personal, the private and the public - and contains never-before-seen photographs of Amy, taken from the family album. It describes how, despite a troubled and all-too-short life, Amy has left a musical legacy that will enthrall audiences for many years to come.

    All royalties from this book will be donated to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

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    ROON

    My Decade In The Premier League (Hardback)

    Wayne Rooney


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    A footballing genius, Wayne Rooney: My Decade in the Premier League is the Manchester United striker's incredible story, told in his own words. In the book, he looks back over the last ten years he has spent playing at the highest level in English football - from making his debut as a 16-year-old for Everton through to his move to Old Trafford and the emotional highs and lows that have followed since. Rooney gives a real insight into what it must feel like to be one of the most famous footballers on the planet as he lifts the lid on each of his Premier League seasons. The book also features a foreword from Sir Alex Ferguson.

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    GBES

    George Best (Hardback)

    Ivan Ponting


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    After numerous collaborations with Manchester United legends including Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Bill Foulkes, Ivan Ponting turns his attention to George Best, a player blessed with a unique gift for the game. Plucked from the mean streets of Belfast by a scout, Best astonished everyone at Old Trafford by bursting into the Man Utd first team at the age of just 17. He was one of the Red Devils' key players as they won numerous trophies throughout the 60s. This hardback book is packed with rare photographs and personal insight from the men who knew him best, including his teammates Sir Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, giving the reader an opportunity to discover first-hand just how an exceptional footballer he was.
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    SPLE

    Sporting Legends Audio Collection - 5 CDs (collection)


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    This audio CD collection gives sports fans the chance to hear five sporting legends talk about their lives and careers in their own words. The nostalgic BBC collection has captured some of the greatest moments in sports broadcasting history. There is a rare archive interview with Man Utd legend George Best, an extraordinarily frank interview with boxer Muhammad Ali, unique and entertaining conversations with the late, great football manager Brian Clough and tennis superstar Fred Perry, as well as an enlightening collection of memories from former racing driver Sir Stirling Moss. The perfect present for anyone passionate about sport.
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    NTMY

    Nice to Meet You (Hardback)

    Jessie J


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    An international pop sensation with a big voice and even bigger personality, Jessie J gives fans an insight into her life in her autobiography Nice to Meet You: My Story. In this bold and intimate hardback, The Do It Like A Dude and Price Tag singer offers up exclusive backstage photographs, personal snaps and an up-close insight into her music, style and passion for being true to who you are. Highly personal, Jessie J reveals her own story in her own words, with all the strength, honesty and passion that she is now famed for. She talks openly about her health issues and a heart condition, and how she discovered her own identity while breaking into the mainstream. This is a real-life read that will both shock and enthrall. (Please note that the book includes some explicit language.)

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