What makes a good scandal? Money, politics and power, and a huge dose of media interest.
Scandal reigns in the world of politics, celebrity, business, religion, royalty and art, and this book covers it all - from Watergate to Michael Jackson, Diana to Oscar Wilde. Distinguished writer Colin Wilson delves into the murky intrigues of British and American life to bring the most scandalous secrets to light.
Containing brand new chapters on Michael Jackson, ENRON, the death of David Kelly, the Catholic Church sex scandals and the cash-for-honours scandal, and an updated chapter on OJ Simpson, here are the embarrassing true stories the rich and famous tried but failed to hide.
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Scandal and revelation are irresistible in any form, but surely the most addictive brand of both can be found in sport.Dec 08 2012 | Read Full Review of Scandal!: An Explosive Exposé...
For instance, I am irked by the theory that the relationship between Prime Ministers and their Ministers is one between principal and agent (since when did agents sack their principal as Ministers did with Mrs Thatcher?May 12 2013 | Read Full Review of Scandal!: An Explosive Exposé...