Secrets and Lies: The Autobiography by Douglas Thompson, Christine Keeler

Secrets and Lies: The Autobiography

Douglas Thompson, Christine Keeler

288 pages first pub 2001 (editions)

nonfiction biography history memoir informative medium-paced


In her own words, the life of the beautiful young model and dancer who helped to bring down the Tory government of Harold Macmillan. The "Profumo Affair" remains the greatest political sex scandal in recent British history. Following Christine Kee...

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