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    Is There Life Outside the Box?

    By Peter Davison

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    His fans have spoken, but despite their requests, Peter Davison has gone ahead and written his autobiography anyway. It wasn't the book they tried to stop - it was more like the book they didn't want him to start.

    Splendours and Miseries: The Roy Strong Diaries, 1967-87

    By Roy Strong

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    The first volume of diaries from a bestselling author and former director of both the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

    White Bicycles

    By Joe Boyd

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    More than any previous '60s music autobiography, Boyd offers the real story of what it was like to be there


    By Julia Blackburn

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    Winner of the East Anglian Book of the Year 2015 Winner of the New Angle Book Prize 2017John Craske, a Norfok fisherman, was born in 1881 and in 1917, when he had just turned thirty-six, he fell seriously ill. So - as with all her books - Julia Blackburn's account...


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    Life of Olgivanna Wright

    By Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer

    Hardback Save £6.72 = £16.23

    Remembering Places: A Memoir

    By Joseph Rykwert

    Paperback £24.90

    Born in Warsaw in 1926, Joseph Rykwert is one of the best-known critics and historians of architecture. One of very few writers to be awarded the RIBA's highest honour, the Royal Gold Medal, in 2014, and author of countless books and essays, his influence over the past 60 years cannot...

    Being Elvis

    By Ray Connolly

    Paperback Save £1.94 = £9.05

    The intimate yet unsparing biography of the world's first and most iconic rock star.

    No Filter

    By Grace Victory

    Hardback Save £3.54 = £11.45

    An honest and fun insight into tackling the problems that all young people face growing up.

    Days of Twilight, Nights of Frenzy

    By Werner Schroeter

    Hardback £23.66

    Werner Schroeter was a leading figure of New German Cinema. In more than forty films made between 1967 and 2008, including features, documentaries, and shorts, he ignored conventional narrative, creating instead dense, evocative collages of image and sound. For years, his work was eclipsed by contemporaries such as Wim Wenders,...

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