Saviour by Andy McCutcheon

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‘Saviour’ is an autobiographical account of life as a BODYGUARD amongst reigning world leaders, professional athletes and some of music and films most recognizable names. Each new chapter weaves you further into a web of obscurity, detailing the lives of extraordinary people who function daily in the “fishbowl” of society.

This book personifies the axiom, that “truth is stranger than fiction” and reveals an exclusive in-depth insight into the real life highs and often catastrophic consequences that befall celebrities. From a glimpse at life on the road with pop queens Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, right through to a cross section of unforgettable experiences with The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner and Andrea Bocelli to name a few, ‘Saviour’ provides a front row, behind the scenes look into ‘celebrity life’. It exposes the veiled consequence of fame and fortune and is a sexy voyeuristic look at the underbelly of the rich and powerful.

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Published August 20, 2010 by New World Publishing. 65 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crime, War, History.

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