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  • The Manx Giantby John Quirk

    Manx Heritage Foundation 2011; US$ 8.99

    Born in 1824 in Sulby, Isle of Man, Arthur Caley eventually grew to 7?11?, and was probably the tallest man in the world during his life. He left the Island to seek his fortune and eventually found his way to Paris where he was a popular figure in the salons. The story might have ended there after his death in 1852, if it weren?t for the fact that... more...

  • Two Foot Fredby Fred Gill; Lisa Wysocky

    Howard Books 2012; US$ 17.99

    Country music celebrity Two Foot Fred shares his story of living with dwarfism, overcoming odds, and finding peace and success with a positive attitude. Despite his physical limitations from birth?a form of dwarfism known as diastrophic dysplasia, a cleft palate, clubfeet, and scoliosis?Fred Gill rose above his circumstances to graduate college... more...

  • Becoming Somethingby Mona Z. Smith

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2005; US$ 7.39

    The first biography of the great black actor, activist, athlete--and tragic victim of the blacklist Imagine an actor as familiar to audiences as Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman are today--who is then virtually deleted from public memory. Such is the story of Canada Lee. Among the most respected black actors of the forties and a tireless civil... more...

  • Jack of all Trades, Mistress of Oneby Grahame Bond

    NewSouth 2011; US$ 26.95

    Things were never quite the same once Aunty Jack roared onto our television screens in the 1970s, threatening to rip our bloody arms off. In this funny and moving memoir, Grahame Bond celebrates — and at times curses — his most famous creation and tells of how he found an ‘imaginary family’ of other brilliant writers, actors, musicians... more...

  • American Screamby Cynthia True

    Pan Macmillan 2008; US$ 12.67

    He was a radical stand up who dared to question the values of small town America and the evils of American foreign policy. Ruthlessly honest, a voice of reason in what he saw as an insane world, Hicks refused to compromise in spite of the censorship he faced for most of his career. His entire act was once banned from The Late Show with David Letterman... more...

  • David Boreanazby Chris Nickson

    St. Martin's Press 1999; US$ 7.39

    Sink your teeth into Hollywood's hottest young actor. As the intense, brooding Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, David Boreanaz is a 243-year-old vampire struggling with the forces of good and evil within himself. But in real life, other than his arresting good looks and rugged sexiness, David has little in common with Angel. Unlike Angel, David... more...

  • Confessions of a Good Girlby Andrea McLean

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 12.67

    From GMTV weathergirl to Loose Women anchor, Andrea McLean has become one of our most-loved TV presenters. But for years her famous smile has been concealing some devastating secrets. With heartbreaking honesty she opens up about the end of her first marriage and how, on the edge of a breakdown, she found herself juggling her demanding career with... more...

  • James Van Der Beekby Leah Furman

    St. Martin's Press 1999; US$ 7.39

    No wonder this sexy, shy-guy actor is landing the coolest roles in young Hollywood--from Dawson Leery on the WB's Dawson's Creek to quarterback Jonathan "Mox" Moxon in the hit movie Varsity Blues-- he's got that aw-shucks, guy-next-door irresistibility (not to mention those baby blue eyes!). James Van Der Beek also happens to be a talented actor... more...

  • Tunes Of Gloryby Richard Aldous

    Random House 2012; US$ 26.78

    A worldwide television audience of millions saw England's most famous maestro take his poignant farewell at the 1967 Last Night of the Proms just weeks before his death. The brush-haired boy from the gasworks of Stamford had become Sir Malcolm Sargent, the nation's 'ambassador with a baton' and friend to royalty. Sleek and debonair, a carnation ever-present... more...

  • The Lindsay Lohan Storyby Ally Croft

    Orion 2012; US$ 9.99

    The inside story on Lindsay: love, survival and celebrity. Lindsay Lohan was born in New York in 1986. She started modelling and acting at the tender age of 3 and it didn't take long before showbiz execs recognised her undeniable talent. As Lindsay's father was jailed by the time she was 4, Lindsay soon became the family breadwinner and her mother... more...