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1 Dudgeon, Piers Breaking Out Of The Box - The Biography Of Edward De Bono
London Headline 2001 0747271429 / 9780747271420 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 
FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. A Fine copy with a near Fine dustjacket which is complete and has a slight crease to top. Uninscribed copy. An excellent biography of the Cambridge don who created the concept of "Lateral Thinking", whose background is in medicine, psychology and research and who travels some 200,000 miles a year across the globe lecturing to effect a change in the way we think. 16 photographic illustrations. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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2 Dudgeon, Piers Lifting The Veil - The Biography of Sir John Tavener
London Portrait 2003 074995003X / 9780749950033 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
A Fine unmarked copy with VG+ dustjacket which is not price clipped. 17 illustrations. With generous access to Sir John Tavener, the author lifts the veil on the secrets of how Tavener has produced the most evocative and inspirational music of our day, in a voice distinct from any of his contemporaries. The author's close friendship with Mother Thekla, a Russian Orthodox nun who became his librettist and spiritual guide, also reveals the truth behind the long and intense collaboration between her and Tavener, a relationship now fractured. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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3 Dudgeon, Piers The Girl from Leam Lane - The Life and Writing of Catherine Cookson (Revised and Expanded Centenary Edition)
London Headline 2006 0755314972 / 9780755314973 Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped.xv11 + 302 pages. 64 illustrations. Catherine Cookson (1906-1998), the illegitimate daughter of an Irish barmaid, was born in a two room apartment in a run-down area of dockland on the south bank of the Tyne. Forty four years later her debut novel 'Kate Hannigan' was accepted by the first publisher to whom it was submitted. It established her as a powerful creator of character and a storyteller of rare talent. Piers Dudgeon was granted many hours of exclusive interviews over a 15 year period until Catherine's death. Now, in the company of her family and others who declined to be interviewed during her lifetime, he sheds new light on the tortured drama of her personal life and final days, and on her legacy to the nation. 
Price: 7.00 GBP
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