The Lost Beatles Photographs ($20) from Larry Marion is a milestone book for all those who collect rock and roll stuff. The largest ever trove of never seen before photographs gives us a glimpse at the fab four’s earliest tours of America in the 1960’s. Selected from an outstanding cache of behind the scenes, intimate images captured by Bob Bonis, their US tour manger, we see for the first time the youthful, human side of John, Paul, George and Ringo. This is a one offer that gives us a priceless window into the greatest band in the history of music’s off stage personalities. A must have for any fan.
The Art of Betrayal: The Secret History of MI6 ($26) takes you from the Congo to Berlin and from the London back streets to Moscow. These are the incredible stories of those agents who were made up the front lines of British intelligence. The truth is, as often is the case in situations such as ...[Read More]