Text: Alvise Zorzi
Photography: Paolo Marton
Published by Magnus Edizioni Spa. Udine Italy 1994
This magnificent book illustrates some of the most famous Venetian palaces of every era, from Byzantium to the twentieth century. The interiors of the sumptuous palaces of Venice are presented in all their artistic beauty, with commentaries in Italian by leading historians and art scholars. See our Blog for further information.
John Lydon, Autobiography
Published by Simon & Schuster
Lydon has remained a compelling and dynamic figure - both as a musician, and, thanks to his outspoken, controversial, yet always heartfelt and honest statements, as a cultural commentator. He fundamentally changed the concept of music forever, not once but twice. His first complete autobiography is a fresh and mature look back on his extraordinary life so far.
Signed by the Author
Harold Evans, Editor. The Sunday Times, London
Published by Book Club Associates 1979
Harold Evans has worked with a leading designer to take us behind the images provided by newspapers and magazines. This book is not just a collection of great photographs. It is a unique marriage of words and pictures. It will absorb the professional and intrigue and entertain the general reader.
Published by Souvenir Press
A twelve-year-old girl tramping across war ravaged Europe, through refugee camps, across the Middle East knowing hunger, rape, despair - this was the making of Modesty Blaise. She wanted the security of money and got it.
When I've made a quarter of a million I retire said Modesty Blaise. And did.
1st Edition, 1965
Margaret Swanson & Ann Macbeth
Published by Longmans, Green, & Co.
This book represents the first conscious and serious effort to take Needlecraft from its humble place as the Cinderella of Manual arts, and to show how it may become a means of general and event of higher education.