The Very Nearly Man: An Autobiography
An autobiography that recounts Robert Hounsome's varied and exciting life that has seen him come into contact with aristocrats, Nazis, criminals, film stars, singers, beauty queens and ghosts. As well as a moving account of one man's life, it also captures the golden age of Fleet Street journalism after the Second World War.
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