From the premises of Book Expo 2010, the world's busiest annual marketplace for the exchange of intellectual property in the book trades, Danforth Prince, president of feisty NYC publisher Blood Moon Productions, describes what readers should expect from this book.
WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT:
The scandalous love affair of "The Royal Family of the British Stage" was second in fame and notoriety only to that of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Co-authors Roy Moseley (the couple's adopted godson and long-standing friend and personal assistant) and celebrity biographer Darwin Porter tear away the velvet curtain previously draped over the reputations of this famous team, exposing with searing insights the depths of their sexual excess and interperonal anguish. Some of the most iconic figures of the 20th century move, without apologies and without any whitewash, through chapters that highlight a never-before-published revelation on every page.
Available in late November, 2010 through the National Book Network and in bookstores everywhere. Hardcover. 435 pages with lots of photos.