Lyndsy Spence’s definitive biography of actress Margaret Lockwood entitled Queen of the Silver Screen is now available in paperback.
The definitive guide to the career of Kenneth Williams is now available in a revised and updated paperback edition.
Former Showaddywaddy lead singer Dave Bartram has already written two non-fiction books; now he turns his hand to fiction.
Valentine Palmer’s book Herbert Lightoller and the Great Titanic Conspiracy is being reissued for the first time in paperback.
Based on the 1978 Children’s drama starring Sarah Sutton, the novelisation by Brian Hayles is now released in paperback.
As Christine Gallie she was a world-famous judo champion, and as Cyd Child she was a foremost stunt performer.
This affectionate tome looks at the life and career Patricia 'Pat' Coombs in detail for the first time ever.
Comedy Writer David Renwick pens a brand new novel bringing One Foot in the Grave into the 21st Century.
This week we announce a brand new edition of former Doctor Who producer Barry Letts’s autobiography Who and Me.
With a television career spanning nearly twenty years, this limited edition book looks at the life of Douglas Camfield.
They sound like a firm of solicitors and look like a bunch of Tutankhamen’s hieroglyphs that fancied a boogie.