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  • Miss Shirley Basseyby John L. Williams

    Quercus 2013; US$ 16.95

    From "Hot from Harlem" to "Goldfinger," the story of how a two-bit jazz singer from Cardiff became an immortal icon: In 1954, Shirley Bassey was seventeen years old. She had just returned from a cheesy revue tour called "Hot from Harlem". Depressed, disillusioned and four months? pregnant, she decided that her dream of being a professional singer... more...

  • America's Mistressby John L. Williams

    Quercus Publishing 2013; US$ 19.08

    Eartha Kitt was a skinny, mixed-race woman with an odd, angular face, who seduced fifties white America into thinking that she was, in the words of Orson Welles, 'the most exciting woman in the world'. She could count Marilyn Monroe, T.S. Eliot, Prince Philip and Albert Einstein among her friends and admirers, and was almost able to forget she had... more...

  • Miss Shirley Basseyby John L. Williams

    Quercus Publishing 2010; US$ 17.26

    In 1954, Shirley Bassey was seventeen years old. She had just returned from a cheesy revue tour called Hot from Harlem. Depressed, disillusioned and four months pregnant, she decided that her dream of being a professional singer was over. A mere ten years later, she was one of the biggest stars in the world.Miss Shirley Bassey explores this remarkable... more...

  • Miss Shirley Basseyby John L. Williams

    Quercus 2013; US$ 12.99

    From "Hot from Harlem" to "Goldfinger," the story of how a two-bit jazz singer from Cardiff became an immortal icon: In 1954, Shirley Bassey was seventeen years old. She had just returned from a cheesy revue tour called "Hot from Harlem." Depressed, disillusioned and four months' pregnant, she decided that her dream of being a professional singer was... more...

  • America's Mistressby John L. Williams

    Quercus Publishing 2013; US$ 11.99

    The first ever biography of Eartha Kitt, one of the most enduring and mysterious stars of the twentieth century. more...

  • Miss Shirley Basseyby John L. Williams

    Quercus Publishing 2010; US$ 11.99

    From 'Hot from Harlem' to 'Goldfinger', the story of how a two-bit jazz singer from Cardiff became an immortal icon. more...

  • America's Mistressby John L. Williams

    Quercus 2014; US$ 12.99

    Strait-laced, pre-civil rights America wasn't ready for Eartha Kitt. Waiting for others to be ready was never her style. in America's Mistress John L. Williams captures the person behind the myth in this engaging biography but also race relations in Twentieth-century America. From humble roots on a South Carolina cotton plantation, the multilingual,... more...

  • There's No Homeby Alexander Baron; John L Williams

    Sort Of Books 2011; US$ 8.74

    It's 1943. The allied invasion of Sicily. In a lull in the fighting, a British battalion march through the summer heat into the bombed-out city of Catania, to be greeted by the women, children and old men who remain there. Yearning for some semblance of home life, the men begin to fill the roles left by absent husbands and fathers. Unlikely relationships... more...

  • There's No Homeby Alexander Baron; John L Williams

    Sort Of Books 2011; US$ 8.74

    It?s 1943. The allied invasion of Sicily. In a lull in the fighting, a British battalion march through the summer heat into the bombed-out city of Catania, to be greeted by the women, children and old men who remain there. Yearning for some semblance of home life, the men begin to fill the roles left by absent husbands and fathers. Unlikely relationships... more...

  • The Baboon in Biomedical Researchby Russell H. Tuttle; John L. VandeBerg; Sarah Williams-Blangero; Suzette D. Tardif

    Springer 2009; US$ 209.00

    The baboon has become one of the most popular laboratory primate species. This book offers an overview of many diverse areas of biomedical research to which the baboon has made important contributions. more...