If you like authors with a sense of humour and an eye for the telling anecdote you'll love Guy Hunting's debut.
He reveals an insider's view of three of the most different and fascinating celebrities of the modern world. From the pen of a trusted friend and confidant you get a new insight into the glamorous world of the Royal Family; the minefields of politics; the intimate life of Noel Coward...
I liked this book because it was uniquely readable; it is as though Guy Hunting is really talking to you. His detailed descriptions of scenes and conversations really give you the feeling of being a spectator at the events he experienced. 'Adventures of a Gentleman's Gentleman' is true to life: Hunting describes celebrities with a mixture of heart-felt warmth and a healthy dose of fascinating criticism.
At first I was dubious about 'Adventures of a Gentleman's Gentleman' because I had not heard of Guy Hunting; but this doesn't make his book any less insightful. In fact his relative obscurity is an advantage: I got the impression that he wasn't trying to boost his own fame or career, but could afford to honestly and amusingly concentrate upon the celebrities he encountered.
I'd love to pass on my recommendations: hope this book enthralls you as much as it did me!