Until now, we thought we knew everything possible about those talented people in and around Bloomsbury. Yet how it is that so little is known about Edward Sackville-West? Eddy was a novelist, New Stateman music critic and patron of the arts, on intimate terms with Virginia Woolf, Nancy Mitford and Evelyn Waugh. Michael De-La-Noy's biography throws compelling light on the turbulent life of this highly creative man. As well as being heir to Knole and a peerage, Eddy was also an early champion of the work of Britten was for the man as well as his music.