Books by George Martin

Released: April 15, 2005

"A meticulously researched, substantial contribution to New York history."
Earnest study of the famed New York "meddler" who spent a long life power-brokering, serving the public good in the bargain: an anti-Robert Moses, one might say. Read full book review >
Released: May 10, 1995

"Not for every reader, but true Beatles fanatics should find it enormously winning. (16 pages color and b&w photos, not seen)"
The Beatles' producer fondly recalls the recording sessions that resulted in one of the 1960s' cultural landmarks. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 1993

"Its primary appeal, though, is to students of operatic history and those who have permanently left their hearts in you-know-where. (Illustrations)"
A meticulously researched history of operatic music as performed in San Francisco from the Gold Rush to the Civil War. Read full book review >