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Joey Dunlop : The Definitive Biography

Barker, Stuart
With a foreword by Carl Fogarty, Joey Dunlop's story is one of towering triumphs and desperate tragedies in almost equal measure.

The Stone Age - Sixty Years of the Rolling Stones

Jones, Lesley-Ann
Good, bad and often ugly, here are the Rolling Stones as never before.

Who Killed John Lennon ***EXPORT ED

Jones, Lesley Ann
Using fresh first-hand research, unseen material as well as exclusive interviews with the people who knew Lennon best, Jones' search for answers offers a spellbinding, 360-degree view of one of the world's most iconic music legends. Who Killed John Lennon? delves deep into his psyche - the good, the bad and the genius - forty years on from his death.

Kitty's Salon: Sex, Spying and Surveillance in the Third Reich

Jones, Nigel
The first factual history of Salon Kitty, the story of a Berlin brothel used by the SD Nazi secret service as a listening post wired for sound to spy on its VIP clients, and staffed by specially selected and trained sex workers who doubled as secret agents.

Diana : Remembering the Princess

Wharfe, Ken
Today, twenty-five years since Diana's death, seems the right moment for a reassessment of this remarkable woman. Did the Royal Family learn lessons from her life, about protection and privacy, about how to incorporate 'outsiders' into their ranks, about how to manage scandal? Did it take any lessons from her death, and the public's reaction not only to that, but to the behaviour of, in particular, the Queen and Prince Charles, in the aftermath? Or have the family and the Palace - 'the men in grey suits', as Diana called them - continued on the same track, unchanged, repeating many of the mistakes made with her, from her first nervous ventures in royal circles to her later defiance of traditional protocols?