Description - "Abba" by Karl French
A brilliant new perspective. Half-Swedish journalist Karl French brings his inimitable and unique voice to the story of the legendary band which has sold over 400 million records worldwide. Here is the thrilling saga of ambition, kitsch, musical genius, bad hair and strange liaisons.
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(234mm x 153mm x 30mm)
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
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Author Biography - Karl French
Karl French has contributed articles on pop culture to many newspapers and magazines, among them Hot Dog and Esquire. He is also the author, co-author and editor of numerous books, including Screen Violence; Apocalypse Now: A Bloomsbury Movie Guide; Cult Movies, co-written with Philip French; This is Spinal Tap: The Official Companion; and Art by Directors. Since 1997 he has written a daily TV preview column in the Financial Times, for which he also writes regularly on cinema and sport. Born in Varmland, in central Sweden, he returns there every summer with his wife and two children.