New Arrivals · Biography

April 24, 2015
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

In the company of legends

April 23, 2015
Kramer, Joan, author.
408 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes index.
Includes appendix with productions referenced (page 397).
"Starting with their award winning profiles of Fred Astaire in 1980, Joan Kramer and David Heeley documented the lives and careers of many Hollywood legends, establishing a reputation for finding the unfindable, persuading the reluctant, and maintaining unique relationships long after the end credits rolled. These were recognized as high-quality, definitive film portraits, which revitalized the genre and made it a mainstay of television programming. This is their insiders' view of the famous and the powerful: Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, Johnny Carson, Frank Sinatra, Lew Wasserman, Ronald Reagan, Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Jane Fonda, Richard Dreyfuss, Audrey Hepburn, and Bette Davis, among others. Kramer and Heeley's behind the scenes stories of the productions and the personalities involved are amusing, sometimes moving, often revealing, and have never been told before"--Page [2] of book jacket.

Listening to stone : the art and life of Isamu Noguchi

April 23, 2015
Herrera, Hayden, author.
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015.
viii, 575 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Parents -- Dear Baby -- Tokyo -- Chigasaki -- St. Joseph College -- Interlaken -- La Porte -- I became a sculptor -- I will rival the immortals -- Out from the shadow of a big tree -- Head buster -- To find nature's reasons -- A close embrace of the Earth -- Lonely traveler, social lion -- Toward a sculpture of space -- Art with a social purpose -- Mexico -- New York, 1936-39 -- California -- Poston -- MacDougal Alley -- Letters to Ann -- Noguchi and Martha Graham, passionate collaborators -- The rock and the space between -- Tara -- 1946-48 -- Impasse -- Bollingen travels -- Harbinger pigeon -- Shinbanraisha -- Mitsukoshi exhibition -- Yoshiko Yamaguchi -- Kita Kamakura -- My solace has always been sculpture -- UNESCO : a somewhat Japanese garden -- Changed visions -- Priscilla -- Working with Noguchi -- Levitating rocks, wings of prayer -- Toward an autobiography -- A primer of shapes and functions -- The wheat itself -- "Red cube, black sun" -- The stone circle -- "To intrude on nature's way" -- A place for people to go -- Imaginary landscapes -- "California scenario" -- Bayfront Park -- All things worthwhile must end as gifts -- Kyoko -- No beginnings, no endings.
"From the author of Arshile Gorky, a major biography of the great American sculptor that redefines his legacy"-- Provided by publisher.

AC/DC FAQ : all that's left to know about the world's true rock 'n' roll band

April 23, 2015
Masino, Susan, 1955- author.
Montclair, New Jersey : Backbeat Books, 2015.
xv, 364 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

Finding Samuel Lowe : China, Jamaica, Harlem

April 22, 2015
Madison, Paula Williams, author.
x, 275 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Dreams of my grandfather -- Mothers and daughters -- Where love begins -- Growing up Williams -- Searching for Samuel Lowe -- Prosperity, family, education -- Samuel Lowe's twentieth century -- My three-thousand-year-old family : reunited at last -- Dreams of my grandfather.
"This powerful debut tells the story of Paula Williams Madison's Chinese grandfather, Samuel Lowe. He became romantically involved with a Jamaican woman, Paula's grandmother, and they lived together modestly with their daughter in his Kingston dry goods store, Chiney Shop. In 1920 his Chinese soon-to-be wife arrived to set up a "proper" family. When he requested to take his three-year-old daughter with him, Paula's jealous grandmother made sure that Lowe never saw his child again. That began an almost one-hundred-year break in their family."--publsher.

Smash cut : a memoir of Howard & art & the '70s & the '80s

April 22, 2015
Gooch, Brad, 1952- author.
New York : Harper, [2015]
233 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"The author of the acclaimed City Poet returns with a searing memoir of life in 1980s New York City--a colorful and atmospheric tale of wild bohemians, glamorous celebrity, and complicated passions--with cameo appearances by Madonna, Robert Mapplethorpe, William Burroughs, and a host of others legendary artists. Brad Gooch arrived in New York in the late 1970s, yearning for artistic and personal freedom. Smash Cut is his bold and intimate memoir of this exhilarating time and place. At its center is his love affair with film director Howard Brookner, pieced together from fragments of memory and fueled by a panoply of emotions, from blazing ecstasy to bleakest despair. As both men try to reconcile love and fidelity with the irresistible desire to enjoy the freedom of the age, they live together and apart. Gooch works briefly as a model in Milan, then returns to the city and discovers his vocation as an artist. Brookner falls ill with a mysterious virus that soon has a terrifying name: AIDS. And the story, and life in the city, is suddenly overshadowed by this new demon plague that will ravage a generation and transform the creative world. Gooch charts the progress of Brookner through his illness, and writes unforgettably about endings: of a great talent, a passionate love affair, and an incandescent era" -- provided by publisher.

Black Sabbath : symptom of the universe

April 22, 2015
Wall, Mick, author.
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2015.
379 pages, [24] pages of plates : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 25 cm
Reprint: Originally published: London : Orion Books, 2013.
Children of the grave. I, awake ; The devil's interval ; Bringers of war ; Pope on a rope ; Killing yourself to live ; Born to die -- Unlucky for some. Neon nights ; Train wreck ; Mob rule ; Upside down crosses ; Dehumanised ; Saviour ; 13.

Another little piece of my heart : my life of rock and revolution in the '60s

April 22, 2015
Goldstein, Richard, 1944- author.
New York : Bloomsbury, 2015.
223 pages ; 24 cm
Includes index.
Wretched refuse -- Nearly naked through the not exactly negro streets at dawn -- White like me -- I don't know what this is, but you owe me a story -- A dork's progress -- Flowers in my hair -- Weird scenes in the gold mine -- The summer of my discontent -- I was a teenage Marcel Proust -- The unraveling -- Groucho Marxism -- The whole world is watching -- The reckoning -- Aftermath (or: There's a bathroom on the right).
"In 1966, at the ripe age of 22, Richard Goldstein approached The Village Voice with a novel idea. "I want to be a rock critic," he said. "What's that?" the editor replied. It was a logical question, since rock criticism didn't yet exist. In the weekly column he would produce for the Voice, Goldstein became the first person to write regularly in a major publication about the music that changed our lives. He believed deeply in the power of rock, and, long before it was acceptable, he championed the idea that this music was a serious art form. From his unique position in journalism, he saw the full arc of events that shaped culture and politics in the 1960s--and participated in them, too. He toured with Janis Joplin, spent a day at the Grateful Dead house in San Francisco, and dropped acid with Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys. He was present for Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, the student uprising at Columbia, and the riots at the 1968 Democratic Convention. He was challenged to a boxing match by Norman Mailer, and took Susan Sontag to her first disco. Goldstein developed close relationships with several rock legends--Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison, to name two--and their early deaths came as a wrenching shock, fueling his disillusionment as he watched the music he loved rapidly evolve from a communal rite to a vast industry--and the sense of hope for radical social upheaval fade away. Another Little Piece of My Heart is the intimate memoir of the writer as a young man with profound ambition. It is also a sweeping personal account of a decade that no one else could provide--a deeply moving, unparalleled document of rock and revolution in America"-- Provided by publisher.

The job : true tales from the life of a New York City cop

April 22, 2015
Osborne, Steve (Stephen T), 1960- author.
New York : Doubleday, [2015]
253 pages ; 22 cm
"Osborne has seen a thing or two in his twenty years in the NYPD--some harmless things, some definitely not ... From his days as a rookie cop to the time spent patrolling in the Anti-Crime Unit--and his visceral, harrowing recollections of working during 9/11--[his] stories capture both the absurdity of police work and the bravery of those who do it. His stories will speak to those nostalgic for the New York City of the 1980s and '90s, a bygone era of when the city was a crazier, more dangerous (and possibly more interesting) place"

It's not about perfect : competing for my country and fighting for my life

April 22, 2015
Miller, Shannon, 1977-
New York : Thomas Dunne Books, an imprint of St. Martin's Press, 2015.
ix, 288 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
The winner of seven Olympic medals and the most decorated gymnast, male or female, in U.S. history, Shannon tells her story from being a a shy, rambunctious girl raised in Oklahoma, through her training accidents, her successful battle with ovarian cancer, and the birth of her miracle baby girl.

Spinster : making a life of one's own

April 22, 2015
Bolick, Kate, author.
xvi, 308 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
"A single woman considers her life, the [lives] of the bold single ladies who have gone before her, and the long arc of slowly changing attitudes towards women"-- Provided by publisher.

The light of the world : a memoir

April 22, 2015
Alexander, Elizabeth, 1962- author.
209 pages ; 22 cm
Last night on Earth -- Honeycomb -- The edges of me in the hands of my wife -- Ghost of all bookstores -- The plum blossom.
" In THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, Elizabeth Alexander--poet, mother, and wife--finds herself at an existential crossroads after the sudden death of her husband, who was just 49. Reflecting with gratitude on the exquisite beauty of her married life that was, grappling with the subsequent void, and feeling a re-energized devotion to her two teenage sons, Alexander channels her poetic sensibilities into a rich, lucid prose that describes a very personal and yet universal quest for meaning, understanding, and acceptance. She examines the journey we take in life through the lens of her own emotional and intellectual evolution, taking stock of herself at the midcentury mark. Because so much of her poetry is personal or autobiographical in nature, her transition to memoir is seamless, guided by her passionate belief in the power of language, her determination to share her voyage of self-discovery with her boys, and her embrace of the principle that the unexamined life is not worth living. This beautifully written book is for anyone who has loved and lost. It's about being strong when you want to collapse, about being grateful when someone has been stolen from you--it's discovering the truth in your life's journey: the good, the bad, and the ugly. It's Elizabeth Alexander's story but it is all of our stories because it is about discovering what matters"-- Provided by publisher.

First ladies : presidential historians on the lives of 45 iconic American women

April 22, 2015
New York : PublicAffairs, [2015]
xxi, 462 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Martha Dandridge Washington / Patricia Brady, Richard Norton Smith -- Abigail Smith Adams / Edith Gelles, C. James Taylor -- Martha Wayles Jefferson / Catherine Allgor, William Seale -- Dolley Payne Madison / Catherine Allgor, Edith Mayo -- Elizabeth Kortright Monroe / Daniel Preston, Richard Norton Smith -- Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams / Amanda Mathews, Richard Norton Smith -- Rachel Donelson Jackson / Patricia Brady, Michael Henderson -- Hannah Hoes Van Buren / Patricia Brady, Michael Henderson -- Anna Symmes Harrison / Edith Mayo, Edna Greene Medford -- Letitia Christian Tyler, Julia Gardiner Tyler / Edna Greene Medford, Taylor Stoermer -- Sarah Childress Polk / Paul Finkelman, Conover Hunt -- Margaret Smith Taylor / Paul Finkelman, Conover Hunt -- Abigail Powers Fillmore / Paul Finkelman, Conover Hunt -- Jane Appleton Pierce / Ann Covell -- Harriet Lane / Ann Covell, Feather Schwartz Foster -- Mary Todd Lincoln / Richard Norton Smith, Rosalyn Terborg-Penn -- Eliza McCardle Johnson / Jacqueline Berger, Kendra Hinkle -- Julia Dent Grant / Pamela Sanfilippo, William Seale -- Lucy Webb Hayes / Allida Black, Tom Culbertson -- Lucretia Rudolph Garfield / Carl Sferrazza Anthony -- Ellen Herndon Arthur / Carl Sferrazza Anthony -- Frances Folsom Cleveland / Annette Dunlap, Taylor Stoermer -- Caroline Scott Harrison / Edith Mayo, William Seale -- Ida Saxton McKinley / Carl Sferrazza Anthony, Richard Norton Smith -- Edith Carow Roosevelt / Stacy Cordery, Kathleen Dalton -- Helen Herron Taft / Jane Hampton Cook, Lewis Gould -- Ellen Axson Wilson, Edith Bolling Wilson / John Milton Cooper, Kristie Miller -- Florence Kling Harding / David Pietrusza, Katherine Sibley -- Grace Goodhue Coolidge / Cyndy Bittinger, Amity Shlaes -- Lou Henry Hoover / Emily Charnock, Annette Dunlap -- Anna Eleanor Roosevelt / Allida Black, Douglas Brinkley -- Elizabeth (Bess) Wallace Truman / Nicole Anslover, William Seale -- Mamie Doud Eisenhower / Marilyn Irvin Holt, Edith Mayo -- Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy / Michael Beschloss, Barbara Perry -- Claudia (Lady Bird) Taylor Johnson / Betty Boyd Caroli, Cokie Roberts -- Patricia Ryan Nixon / Mary Brennan, Timothy Naftali -- Elizabeth (Betty) Bloomer Ford / Richard Norton Smith -- Rosalynn Smith Carter / Jay Hakes, Grace Hale -- Nancy Davis Reagan / Carl Cannon, Judy Woodruff -- Barbara Pierce Bush / Jeffrey Engle, Myra Gutin -- Hillary Rodham Clinton / David Maraniss, Gail Sheehy -- Laura Welch Bush / Ann Gerhart, Mark Updegrove -- Michelle Robinson Obama / Liza Mundy, Krissah Thompson.

How I shed my skin : unlearning the racist lessons of a Southern childhood

April 22, 2015
Grimsley, Jim, 1955- author.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2015.
xii, 275 pages ; 22 cm
Freedom of choice/black bitch -- An awkward fight -- Tiger beat, Teen, Ebony, and Jet -- Black and proud -- The sign on the wheelchair -- The kiss -- The hierarchy of place -- The learning -- The fight in the yard -- White nigger -- Divinely white -- Good old boy -- Johnny Shiloh -- The shoe man -- The uncomfortable dark -- The maid in the weeds -- Integration -- The J.W. Willie School/bag lunch -- The drowning -- Robert -- No longer separate, not really equal -- Cheap -- The mighty Trojans -- Some of us dancing -- The human relations committee -- Protests -- God gave me a song -- The smoking patio -- Horizons -- Mercy -- Commencement -- Reunion.
"In August of 1966, Jim Grimsley entered the sixth grade in the same public school he had attended for the five previous years in his small eastern North Carolina hometown. But he knew that the first day of this school year was going to be different: for the first time he'd be in a classroom with black children ... Now, over forty years later, Grimsley ... revisits that school and those times, remembering his personal reaction to his first real exposure to black children and to their culture, and his growing awareness of his own mostly unrecognized racist attitudes"-- Provided by publisher.

Three many cooks : one mom, two daughters : their shared stories of food, faith & family

April 22, 2015
Anderson, Pam, 1957- author.
New York : Ballantine Books, [2015]
xvii, 311 pages ; 22 cm
When the women behind the blog Three Many Cooks gather in the busiest room in the house, there are never too many cooks in the kitchen. Now cookbook author Pam Anderson and her daughters Maggy Keet and Sharon Damelio blend reflections and well-loved recipes into one book.

James Merrill : life and art

April 22, 2015
Hammer, Langdon, 1958- author.
xxiv, 913 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
"A Borzoi book."
"The first biography of one of the most important poets in the second half of the twentieth century, whose life story is unparalleled in its narrative interest. The story of James Merrill (1926-1995) is that of a young man escaping, but inevitably reproducing, the energies and obsessions of glamorous, powerful parents (his father founded Merrill Lynch); of a gay man inventing his identity against a shifting social and sexual backdrop; and of a brilliantly gifted poet testing the redemptive potential of his art. We see how Merrill, freed from having to work for a living, made his life itself a kind of work. After Amherst and a period of adventure in Italy, he returned to the New York art world of the 1950s (he met W. H. Auden, Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Larry Rivers) and began publishing his poems, novels, and plays. In 1953, he fell in love with budding writer David Jackson, who remained his companion for forty years while they explored "boys and bars" in Greece and elsewhere. At the same time, they were talking to the spirits of the otherworld using a Ouija board, which became an improbable source of poetic inspiration for Merrill. In his many collections of poetry and the candid letters and diaries that enrich every page of this deliciously readable life, Merrill created a prismatic art of multiple perspectives. Holding that life and art together in a complex, evolving whole, Langdon Hammer illuminates Merrill's "chronicles of love & loss" and the remarkable personal journey they record"-- Provided by publisher.

I was a child

April 22, 2015
Kaplan, Bruce Eric, author, illustrator.
New York : Blue Rider Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA), [2015]
193 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
"A memoir"--Jacket.
"An illustrated memoir by New Yorker cartoonist Bruce Eric Kaplan"-- Provided by publisher.

Shocking Paris : Soutine, Chagall and the outsiders of Montparnasse

April 22, 2015
Meisler, Stanley, author.
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
238 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
La Ruche, young Soutine, and the Russian Jews -- Modi, Montparnasse, Netter, and Zbo -- Midi, landscapes in turmoil, a pastry chef, and assaults on the canvas -- Dr. Barnes, the discovery of Soutine, and the rise of the foreigners -- Marc Chagall, the great Bakst, Paris, and the October Revolution -- André Warnod, the School of Paris, and the Jews -- Artistes juifs, Rembrandt's Carcass of Beef and the daughter of Elie Faure -- The Great Depression, Pascin, the death of Zbo, and the judgments of Soutine -- Idyll, Madeleine and Marcellin and the portrait -- Charles Maurras, Léon Blum, and the resurgence of anti-Semitism -- Mademoiselle Garde, trapped aliens, and roundup in the Vélodrome -- The Fall of France, Vichy, and a death warrant -- Two American heroes, the escape of Chagall, and the fall of the School of Paris -- Marie-Berthe, hiding, and a desperate dash to Paris -- The aftermath.
For a couple of decades before World War II, a group of immigrant painters and sculptors-- including Amedeo Modigliani, Marc Chagall, Chaim Soutine and Jules Pascin-- dominated the new art scene of Montparnasse in Paris. Art critics gave them the name "the School of Paris" to set them apart from the French-born (and less talented) young artists of the period. Modigliani and Chagall eventually attained enormous worldwide popularity, but in those earlier days, most School of Paris painters looked on Soutine as their most talented contemporary.

Wild Bill Wellman : Hollywood rebel

April 22, 2015
Wellman, William A., 1937- author.
New York : Pantheon Books, [2015]
xi, 640 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Introduction: Wild Bill Wellman -- The rebel -- The recruit -- The pilot -- The war hero -- The Hollywood ladder -- The directors' board -- Road to a classic -- Battlefield wings -- Consequences and achievements -- Pranks and misdemeanors -- I ain't so tough -- The neon violin -- Looking for trouble -- Passions and prizes -- The golden year -- The road to Ox-bow -- Picture patchwork -- Battleground sends a message -- Goodbye MGM, hello John Wayne -- The final straw -- The flame is flickering.
The extraordinary life of the legendary, under-celebrated Hollywood director known in his day as "Wild Bill" Wellman, whose 82 movies (six of them uncredited) ranged from adventure and gangster pictures to comedies, aviation, romances, westerns, and searing social dramas. Among his iconic pictures: the pioneering World War I epic Wings (winner of the first Academy Award for best picture), Public Enemy (the toughest gangster picture of them all), Nothing Sacred, the original A Star Is Born, Beggars of Life, The Call of the Wild, The Ox-Bow Incident, Battleground, The High and the Mighty. Wellman directed Hollywood's biggest stars for three decades, including Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, John Wayne, Lauren Bacall, and Clint Eastwood. It was said he directed "like a general trying to break out of a beachhead." Here is a revealing, boisterous portrait of the handsome, tough-talking, hard-drinking, uncompromising maverick, whose own life story was more adventurous and more unpredictable than anything in the movies. A juvenile delinquent, professional ice-hockey player as a kid, World War I flying ace at 21, Wellman was a wing-walking stunt pilot in barnstorming air shows, recipient of the Croix de Guerre with two Gold Palm Leaves and five United States citations; a bad actor but good studio messenger at Goldwyn Pictures who worked his way up from assistant cutter. Now William Wellman, Jr., drawing on his father's unpublished letters, diaries, and unfinished memoir, gives us the first full portrait of a profoundly American spirit and visionary, a man's man who was able to put into cinematic storytelling the most subtle of feeling, a man feared, respected, and loved.--From publisher description.

The rainman's third cure : an irregular education

April 22, 2015
Coyote, Peter, author.
Berkeley, CA : Counterpoint, [2015]
272 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm

The noodle maker of Kalimpong : the Dalai Lama's brother and his struggle for Tibet

April 22, 2015
Rgya-lo-don-grub, Lha-sras, 1928- author.
New York : PublicAffairs, [2015]
xxviii, 353 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
Taktser Village and Kumbum Monastery -- My family -- The search team arrives -- My brother is recognized as the fourteenth Dalai Lama -- The Dalai Lama's new life -- My family's new life -- My life changes -- My student days in Nanjing -- Stranded in India -- Becoming an intermediary -- The Chinese invade -- The long journey home -- Home again -- Escape from Tibet -- Beginning life in India -- the Dalai Lama visits China -- The Dalai Lama visits India -- The CIA offers to help -- The Dalai Lama's escape -- From Mussoorie to Dharamsala -- Mustang -- Settling down in India -- The war between India and China -- The CIA stops its support -- A new life in Hong Kong -- My return to China -- The tenth Panchen Lama -- Meeting Deng Xiaoping -- Return to Tibet -- Our negotiations fail -- Another opportunity lost -- Opportunity lost again -- Return to Tibet -- Watching the world from Kalimpong.

It came from Ohio! : my life as a writer

April 21, 2015
Stine, R. L.
New York : Scholastic, c2015, c1997.
152 p. : ill., ports ; 22 cm.
They're baa-ack! Make way for the bestselling children's series of all time! With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids. So reader beware--you're in for a scare! A humorous, fast-paced portrait of the author of the Goosebumps series tells young readers what R. L. Stine was like as a kid, how he became a writer, and where he gets his ideas from.

Pieces of my mother : a memoir

April 21, 2015
Cistaro, Melissa.
Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks, [2015]
308 pages ; 24 cm
"Why would a mother ever abandon her child? And is an abandoned child destined to grow up and make the same mistake? These were some of Melissa Cistaro's questions after her mother drove off without explanation one summer. Decades later Melissa finds herself at her dying mother's bedside with 6 days to find answers, fearful that she could do the same to her own little girl. Then she discovers a cache of letters her mother wrote but never sent and stumbles on the answers she'd been seeking. Haunting and ultimately uplifting, Pieces of My Mother is about the choices we make and their repercussions on others"--Provided by publisher.

On the move : a life

April 21, 2015
Sacks, Oliver W.
New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2015.
397 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some col.) ; 22 cm
Includes index.
"This is a Borzoi book."
On the move -- Leaving the nest -- San Francisco -- Muscle beach -- Out of reach -- Awakenings -- The bull on the mountain -- A matter of identity -- City island -- Voyages -- A new vision of the mind -- Home.
Physician and writer Oliver Sacks recounts his experiences as a young neurologist; his physical passions--weight lifting and swimming; his love affairs, both romantic and intellectual; his guilt over leaving his family to come to America; his bond with his schizophrenic brother; and the writers and scientists--Thom Gunn, A. R. Luria, W. H. Auden, Gerald M. Edelman, Francis Crick--who influenced him.

Legend : a harrowing story from the Vietnam War of one Green Beret's heroic mission to rescue a special forces team caught behind enemy lines

April 21, 2015
Blehm, Eric, author.
New York : Crown Publishing, 2015.
xiii, 288 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : maps, illustrations ; 24 cm

Motherless child : the definitive biography of Eric Clapton

April 21, 2015
Scott, Paul, 1965 December 28- author.
London : Headline Publishing Group, 2015.
314 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm

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