Cliff Richard and The Shadows
If you have a Cliff Richard fan in your life, then this is definitely a book to get for them. A Rock’n’Roll Memoir written by Royston Ellis, who from 1959 started to appear on TV and work with Sir Cliff Richard and The Drifters, who later became known as The Shadows.
This book takes a look at Sir Cliff Richard’s early career with The Drifters and includes a forward by Sir Cliff and a number of photos that you might not have seen before. Royston had written two books previously about his time with the band, but having been long out of print, he decided to write another and share the fabulous memories he has with everyone.
Zulu With Some Guts Behind It
Zulu, the movie is an epic film. It tells the story of the Battle or Rorke’s Drift in 1879 in South Africa. The battle consisted of twelve hours of fighting, where 150 British Soldiers protected a mission that was under attack by an army of around 4,000 Zulu warriors.
This is a Second Edition of Sheldon’s sell out original that has more behind the scenes, documents, script notes and biographies than seen before. Taking a look at how the film was made, the story researched and the legacy that it has left behind, this is an absolute must for movie fans and those who can’t resist the call of Zulu.
Before You Die
Set in Warwickshire, England, DI Lorraine Fisher has returned from some time away with her sister only to have to investigate a spate of supposed suicides. When her nephew disappears she is propelled into the investigation and wonders if the suicides are actually murder.
Radcote, the village in Warwickshire where Samantha Hayes spins her tale, has spent two long years putting a series of teenage suicides behind them, but with the recent deaths, DI Fisher can only wonder if it is happening again!
Gripping and enthralling, Samantha Hayes keeps you teetered on the edge of your seat and wanting to turn the page in the small hours, just to find out what is happening!