Life and loves of a He Devil and other biographies

The life and loves of a he devilThese three tempting biographies are on order so reserve them now!

The Life and Loves of a He Devil  by Graham Norton.

He’s been entertaining audiences (remember his priest in Father Ted) and having fun with some of the world’s biggest stars for nearly 20 years. He is loved across the nation for his delight in the peculiar and for his ability to find humour and a common ground in all that life brings.

A funny and honest memoir on the theme of love, telling his story from his Irish childhood to the present day, describing just what and who he loved – and sometimes lost – as a young boy, and his new loves and obsessions – big and small – as he’s grown older

Vivienne WestwoodVivienne Westwood by Ian Kelly

One of the icons of our age; fashion designer, activist, co-creator of punk, global brand and grandmother; a true living legend. Both her name and brand are recognised the world over, whilst at home in the UK she has attained National Treasure status as the nation’s favourite fearless female icon.

 ‘The living deserve respect. The dead deserve the truth; Ian and I are working together on this and I am excited that this will be my story, the story nobody ever did before.’ She is both writing and collaborating on a unique personal memoir and authorised biography: part her own voice, part contributions from her vast network of friends, family &associates. This boy

Please, Mr Postman by Alan Johnson  Born in condemned housing in West London in 1950, with no heating, no electricity and no running water, Alan Johnson did not have the easiest start in life. By the age of 18, he was married, a father and working as a postman in Slough.

This sequel to the bestselling memoir This Boy describes the next period in Alan’s life with every bit as much honesty, humour and emotional impact as his bestselling debut. A vivid picture of a bygone era – Britain in the 1970s was a very different country to the one we know today – and reveals another fascinating chapter in the life of one of our best loved public figures

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