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The Best in the World

Chris Jericho
Chris Jericho

The two-time bestselling author, wrestler and metal rocker returns with another insightful and hilarious memoir.Inspired by Anton Chigurh, Javier Bardem's character in No Country for Old Men, Chris Jericho decided to put down his guitar, ease off on the red-carpet appearances in Hollywood and return to ring. What followed were the best three years of his wrestling career. A trilogy that began with A LION'S TALE and was followed by the bestselling UNDISPUTED now concludes with a behind-the-scenes account of Jericho becoming WON WRESTLER OF THE YEAR for two consecutive years in 2008 and 2009. The book also features the final word on Jericho's feuds with Shawn Michaels and Rey Mysterio, his run-in with Mickey Rourke, life hanging out with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Mike Tyson and Lars Ulrich, and the resurrection of his band Fozzy, which saw them play to huge audiences in the UK and Europe and support Metallica.


A Lion's Tale

Chris Jericho
Chris Jericho

The controversial story of Chris Jericho, the former undisputed Heavyweight Champion of WWE.From the age of eight, Chris dreamed of becoming a wrestler. But it wasn't until he was 25 that he hit the big time. Nicknamed 'Lion Heart', Chris eventually attained his ultimate goal - joining the WWF (now WWE). He became one of their biggest stars, even defeating wrestling powerhouses The Rock and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin in the same night to be crowned the undisputed Heavyweight Champion.Now Chris dishes the dirt on his rivalries with other wrestling legends. Whether ripped-off by promoters, robbed at gunpoint or nearly paralysed after landing on his head during a match, Chris maintained his courage, determination and sense of humour about this dangerous and enthralling sport.



Chris Jericho
Chris Jericho

Barry Cryer

Barry Cryer's writing credits include material for Morecambe and Wise, Tommy Cooper, Les Dawson, Bruce Forsyth, Rory Bremner and Jasper Carrott, to name but a few. As if this was not enough, he has also collaboratively penned series like Hello Cheeky! and appears regularly on I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, and Just a Minute. He delighted audience with his one-man show The First Farewell Tour. He was made an OBE for services to comedy in 2001.

Belle de Jour

Belle de Jour is the nom de plume of a former London call girl. Find Belle online at

Bo Burnham

An internet phenomenon at the age of sixteen, US comedian Bo Burnham had achieved international recognition by the age of 20. His three albums: Bo Burnham, Bo Fo Sho and Words, Words, Words, and his standup tour of the same name, garnered fans from all over the world as well as the Panel Award at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010.

Bobby George

Bobby George tried various jobs, from painting to concrete floor-laying, before takinng up darts at the age of 30. Within six months he was playing in the World Championships, and went on to become one of the most charismatic figures in the golden era of the sport, playing alongside the likes of Eric Bristow, Jocky Wilson and John Lowe. Now, as well as commentating on the sport for the BBC, he also appears in films, TV and videos.

Brad Friedel

Brad Friedel is one of the most successful American players in Premier League history, having joined Liverpool in 1997 before moving to Blackburn Rovers in November 2000. He won 82 caps for the USA before retiring from international football in 2005.

Caroline Hulse

Caroline spends most of her days writing, having fulfilled her dream of having a job she could do in pyjamas. She also works in Human Resources sometimes.She is openly competitive and loves playing board and card games. She can often be found in casino poker rooms, and wishes other people would want to play Cluedo for money. She lives with her husband in Manchester.

Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho is the bestselling author of A LION'S TALE, UNDISPUTED, THE BEST IN THE WORLD and NO IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD. He is a six-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, the lead singer of heavy metal band Fozzy and the host of the TALK IS JERICHO podcast. He lives in Tampa, Florida, with his wife and three children, hates thumbtacks, and is obsessed with lake

Colin Plinth

Colin Plinth used to be something in publishing. He now lives in Hastings. Colin has written widely on a range of subjects. Among his books are FIFTY THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT ATOMIC KITTEN, LIVES OF THE GREAT FOOTBALL MANAGERS and METAL DETECTING FOR FUN AND PROFIT.

Dave Vitty

Dave Vitty, aka Comedy Dave, is one of the most recognised voices on British radio. He can currently be heard every weekday morning as the co-host and self appointed Director of Comedy on the Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1.

Eddie Jordan

Eddie Jordan was born in 1948, and began to make money as a superb salesman, which helped fund his love of motor sport. In the 1980s he began to move from driving to running racing teams, eventually moving into Formula One in 1989. Eventually, he sold his team in January 2005. In autumn 2006, he presented Eddie Jordan's Bad Boy Racers on Channel Five.

Eric Idle

Eric Idle is the third tallest member of Monty Python. In addition to the Python scripts, he is the author of the novels The Road to Mars and Hello Sailor; the Broadway musical Spamalot; the play Pass the Butler; and the children's book The Quite Remarkable Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat. He lives in Los Angeles.

Geoff Thomas

Geoff Thomas played for seven clubs in a football career of almost 20 years, but he was most closely associated with Crystal Palace, who he led to the FA Cup final in 1990. He won nine caps for England. In July 2003, he was diagnosed with leukaemia, and on being given the all-clear decided to ride in the Tour de France in 2005.

Gina Spadafori

Top-selling author Gina Spadafori writes a nationally syndicated weekly pet-care column. She is the author of CATS FOR DUMMIES and the co-author with Marty Becker of WHY DO DOGS DRINK OUT OF THE TOILET? and DO CATS ALWAYS LAND ON THEIR FEET?

Hugh Janus

Hugh Janus is an avid follower of US politics and owns a Persian cat named Fluffy.

Ian Vince

Ian Vince is the author of Brtain: What a State and The Myway Code. He's been a contributing editor to the Idler and has written for Bremner Bird and Fortune and Radio 4 comedy shows.

Jonny Zucker

Fed up with the near impossible challenge of finding parking spaces in English cities, Jonny Zucker designed and built his own 'Tiny' Car. Fast enough to get him from London to Carlisle in eight minutes, but small enough to fit into his jacket pocket, the Tiny Car has revolutionised his life. With a patent pending, the car can be parked anywhere in mainland Europe. Since he made the prototype, offers have come flooding in from around the world. Unfortunately these were all spam - offering him the chance to buy timeshares in Latvian coastal properties. He thinks that driving is 'good' but feels walking may be a tad more environmentally friendly. In addition Jonny Zucker has written over 30 books and has performed over 100 stand up comedy gigs.For more, visit the website

Marty Becker

Marty Becker is the resident vet on GOOD MORNING AMERICA and the co-author with Gina Spadafori of WHY DO DOGS DRINK OUT OF THE TOILET? and DO CATS ALWAYS LAND ON THEIR FEET? He lives in Idaho.