'Ashley Hames has approached literature with the same courage and candour which he brought to his investigations of porn stars, perverts and prostitutes. The result is a picaresque tale brimming with hilarious encounters and moments of deep moral shame, all recounted with the nothing to lose honesty of a man confessing his sins to a priest on his death bed.' --Grub Smith
'Irresponsible, insane but inspired, the Queen should present Ashley Hames with a knighthood and a straightjacket as this fine book amply illustrates that he is equally deserving of both.' --Piers Hernu
'A pile of s***.' --Kelvin MacKenzie
About the Author
Ashley Hames is a television presenter and broadcaster, renowned as the face of Bravo TV's highest-rating television show, Sin Cities. Featuring 'everything adult', the programme attracted critical acclaim, as did another Bravo favourite, Man's Work, where Hames worked in some of the world's most demanding jobs - including crab fishing, football management, anti-narcotics enforcement and crime scene cleaning. Known for his no-holds-barred approach to presenting and a curiosity for the absurd, Ashley has been seen on TV around the world and continues to make interesting and thought-provoking TV for a growing audience of fans.