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Photos View photos Featured Video Close More Video A week into her attempt to race a 21-foot sailboat solo across the Atlantic Ocean, Toronto's Diane Reid suffered a major setback: her mast broke, about 500 kilometres northeast of the Canary Islands.
How does a journalist who has never written a book before and was previously best known for his features in The Palm Beach Post end up finishing a bestselling biography series of the most commanding British statesman of modern times?...He wrote the
Van Egmond was unable to contain his anger after a tense first half as the Newcastle boss argued strongly with match officials and followed them down the players' race to continue the discussion. And the Jets' star import Emile Heskey capped an
These two books examined the first two-thirds of Churchill's life.
In 2003, eight months before he died, Manchester handed over his Churchill research to Paul Reid, then a Palm Beach Post reporter, and asked him to finish the book. The result is The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill, Defender of the Realm 1940-
The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Defender of the Realm, 1940-1965" (Little, Brown and Co.), by William Manchester and Paul Reid The long-awaited third and last volume of William Manchester's masterful biography of Winston Churchill covers
NYT (11-3-12) After one of the longest waits in publishing history more than 20 years the third and final volume of William Manchester's biography of Winston Churchill , The Last Lion, is finally about to arrive in bookstores. Manchester , who died
FC have strengthened their roster for the upcoming A-League season by signing former Adelaide midfielder Paul Reid. The 33-year-old, who made two appearances for the Socceroos in 2009, had been training with the squad and has earned a one-year
Getty Images THE figure was familiar but plenty struggled to put a face to the name. Eventually the announcer revealed Sydney FC's No.21 shirt belonged to Paul Reid...That was on Sunday, when the midfielder went on to impress in the friendly against
The third and final volume of the late William Manchester's beloved series on Winston Churchill is coming out this fall, nearly 25 years since the previous book. In November, Little, Brown and Company will publish "The Last Lion: