Sir Paul McCartney is one of the most successful pop music composer in history, enjoying a virtual season ticket to the "Guinness Book of Records". Aiming to reveal the man behind the myth, this book talks about the love-hate relationship with John Lennon, with Lennon's widow, as well as McCartney's controversial marriage to Heather Mills.
Eduardo Saverin and Mark Zuckerberg - an awkward maths prodigy and a painfully shy computer genius - were never going to fit in at elite, polished Harvard. Yet that all changed when master-hacker Mark crashed the university's entire computer system by creating a rateable database of female students.
Sellers has long been acknowledged as one of the screen's greatest comic actors. In this biography, Roger Lewis draws on over 300 interviews with Sellers's family, wives, mistresses, enemies and co-stars to show how he succeeded, and why it was at such a cost to himself and to those who he professed to love.
This collection ranges from Peter Cook's first writing, via "Beyond the Fringe" with Dudley Moore, Alan Bennett and Jonathan Miller, his duologues with Moore and their TV series "Not Only But Also" to transcripts of his late TV appearances and a selection of his journalism.