• Jonathan Ross Uncensored

    Irreverent, tangental, highly intelligent, and irrepressibly exuberent, Jonathan Ross is Britain’s best-known television personality for good reason and his take on growing up, and the world around him, is laugh-out-loud funny. With stories that range from discovering B-movies to fashion, from diets to childhood sweetshops, favorite presents and from sex to pets (and back to sex) he tells his story of his life with all his customary energy, wit, lasciviousness, self-deprecatory humor, and random meandering, revealing that in short trousers he was as cheeky, vain, and frankly ridiculous at times, as he is in those suits.

     299.00 595.00

    Jonathan Ross Uncensored

     299.00 595.00
  • Fame and Obscurity

    “Fascinating . . . Poignant.” The Wall Street Journal

    In this extraordinary work of insight and interviews, bestselling author Gay Talese shares with us the lives of those we don’t know and those we might wish we did: Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio, Manhattan mobsters, Bowery bums, and many others — fascinating men and women who define our country’s spirit and lead us to an understanding of ourselves as a nation.

    From the Paperback edition.

     299.00 599.00

    Fame and Obscurity

     299.00 599.00
  • Jonathan Ross Uncensored

    Irreverent, tangental, highly intelligent, and irrepressibly exuberent, Jonathan Ross is Britain’s best-known television personality for good reason and his take on growing up, and the world around him, is laugh-out-loud funny. With stories that range from discovering B-movies to fashion, from diets to childhood sweetshops, favorite presents and from sex to pets (and back to sex) he tells his story of his life with all his customary energy, wit, lasciviousness, self-deprecatory humor, and random meandering, revealing that in short trousers he was as cheeky, vain, and frankly ridiculous at times, as he is in those suits.

     299.00 595.00

    Jonathan Ross Uncensored

     299.00 595.00
  • Fame and Obscurity

    “Fascinating . . . Poignant.” The Wall Street Journal

    In this extraordinary work of insight and interviews, bestselling author Gay Talese shares with us the lives of those we don’t know and those we might wish we did: Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio, Manhattan mobsters, Bowery bums, and many others — fascinating men and women who define our country’s spirit and lead us to an understanding of ourselves as a nation.

    From the Paperback edition.

     299.00 599.00

    Fame and Obscurity

     299.00 599.00

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