- Yves Saint Laurent: A Biography
An in-depth analysis of the business empire set up by Yves Saint Laurent's lover Pierre Berge and an insight into the life of a tragic 20th-century genius.
A history of the common British soldier, from c.1760 to c.1860, this text filled with anecdote and humour as well as historical analysis.
- In the Lake of the Woods
A remarkable novel from the National Book Award-winning author of `Going After Cacciato' and `The Things They Carried', which combines the power of the finest Vietnam fiction with the tension of a many-layered mystery. In a remote lakeside cabin deep in the Minnesota forests, Kathy Wade is comforting her husband John, an ambitious politician, after a devastating electoral defeat. Then one night she vanishes, and gradually the search for Kathy becomes a voyage into the darkest corners of John Wade's life, a life of deception and deceit - the life of a man able to escape everything but the chains of his darkest secret.
- In Xanadu: A Quest (Flamingo)
This is an account of the quest which took William Dalrymple and his companions across the width of Asia, along dusty, forgotten roads, through villages and cities full of unexpected hospitality and wildly improbable escapades
- Impromptu Op. 19
After the publication of the choral score, he revised the work in Spring 1910. The first edition of the piano-vocal score presented here contained, apart from the original Swedish text, a singable translation in German and English. Performances of the work with piano accompaniment were expressly allowed by Sibelius.