The Alfred Hitchcock Story (1999) by Ken Mogg
A new hardbook edition of the book was published in the US in August 2008.
The first comprehensively illustrated look at the career of Alfred Hitchcock, celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth. In the tradition of the acclaimed The Hammer Story, it is an authoritative, film-by-film guide to 'the Master' and his work, from the early silent days of The Lodger, through his classic British period of The 39 Steps, to the Hollywood success of Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho and beyond. Packed with hundreds of stills and posters, with many rare or unseen images, and with additional features including the director's famous cameos, this is the ultimate book for the Hitchcock centenary.
- Hitchcock Annual (2000) - Brief Notices: "The Alfred Hitchcock Story"
- Senses of Cinema - reviewed by Bill Krohn
- Monsters and Critics - reviewed by Anthony Zanetti