Biographies & Memoirs

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Pour me a life
A A Gill
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Serialized in Esquire, A.A. Gill's Pour Me a Life is a riveting meditation on the author's alcoholism, seen through the lens of the memories that remain, and the transformative moments that saved him from a lifelong addiction and early death. "Pour Me a Life is an unapologetically honest, raw, and often ...

Fighting for the Empire: An Irish Doctor's Adventures Through Imperial Campaigns and Two World Wars
David Worsfold
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The story of a remarkable Irishman who served the British Empire for almost fifty years. His extraordinary military career took in countless conflicts, two World Wars, acts of heroism and encounters with royalty. Containing Kelly's personal photographs this is a fascinating look at individual bravery and the closing years of the British Empire.

I am Soldier of Fortune: Dancing with Devils
Lt. Col. Robert Brown USAR (Ret.)
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Robert K. Brown, former Green Beret, after a bizarre military career that succeeded in getting him kicked out of Special Forces not once but twice, and completing the Command and General Staff College without a security clearance, while meantime being wounded in Nam, finally found his true calling as a publisher.

Dark Man: Australia'S First Serial Killer
Jason Foster
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The Dark Man is the amazing true story of one of Australia's first serial killers, who kept the colony of New South Wales in the grip of fear as the police ruthlessly hunted their man.

The Charles Family's War: A Gripping Story of Twin Brothers During World War II
Alan Fewster
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Edwin Llewellyn Charles was a slim, handsome youth, but Terence John, his brother, was beautiful and he knew it. Technically, the boys were twins, but their personalities could not have been more different.

So begins this sweeping true story of a fractured but close-knit Australian family during World ...

To Reach the Clouds: The Walk film tie in
Philippe Petit
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One night in 1974, Philippe Petit secretly - and illegally - rigged a tightrope between the twin towers of the World Trade Center. At daybreak, he gave the high-wire performance of all time, making eight crossings over the course of an hour. This memoir tells the story of how he conspired, connived, improvised, and insisted his way to this coup.

An Impatient Life: A Memoir
Daniel Bensaid
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The turbulent story of the radical Left in the eloquent words of one of its foremost leaders

Florence Nightingale: A Very Brief History
Lynn McDonald
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Concise historical introduction to Florence Nightingale and her continuing influence on the world and how we see it.

A Voyage to War: An Englishman's Account of Hong Kong from 1936 - 41
Hugh Dulley
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A unique firsthand account of pre-war life in Hong Kong.The book provides an analysis of the war in Europe, the Chinese and Japanese conflict in the 1930s and the United States position in the Far East and argues that the invasion should never have taken place.

Common Ground: A Political Life
Justin Trudeau
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Wellington's Dearest Georgy: The Life and Loves of Lady Georgiana Lennox
Alice Marie Crossland
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The first book to look in detail at the story of Wellington's 'Georgy'.

Episodes: A Memorybook
Michael Baxandall
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A remarkable account of his early life and intellectual formation left unpublished at his death in 2008 by Michael Baxandall, one of the world's greatest cultural historians.

Defiance: The Life and Choices of Lady Anne Barnard
Stephen Taylor
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Her curious ways attracted gossip right into her final years when she raised a mysterious dark-skinned child at her home in Berkeley Square.

Anne Barnard's verse was celebrated by Walter Scott but she was also a brilliant and indefatigable diarist.

Robin Darwin: Visonary Educator and Painter
Henrietta Goodden
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The story of Robin Darwin A key player in shaping the artistic and design landscape we know today.

Singing Softly to the Light: The Biography of Mary Louise Coulouris
Gordon Wallace
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A brilliantly written biography of one of Britain's most under-valued female artists of the late 20th Century.

The Bend for Home
Dermot Healy
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One day, years after he's moved away from his childhood home in rural Ireland, Dermot Healy returns to care for his ailing mother. his mother, whose stories young Dermot has heard so often that he believes they are his own;

Fredrik Barth: An Intellectual Biography
Thomas Hylland Eriksen
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A definitive biography of Fredrik Barth, one of the leading lights of anthropology, by one of today's finest anthropologists.

The Art of Exile: A Vagabond Life
John Freely
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An unforgettable memoir from bestselling travel writer John Freely

Amelia Earhart: Daring Women of History
Mike Roussel
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Revealing the naturally courageous nature of 'Lady Lindy', that made her one of the most daring of twentieth-century women

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