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    4.39 de 5 (226 votos)
  • Título Original: Courting Disaster
  • Autor del libro: Malcom J. Barker
  • ISBN: 978-0969451303
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:216
  • Realese fecha:1988-7-6
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Courting Disaster por Malcom J. Barker Libro PDF, EPUB

This book is totally different to any previous publications about the British Monarchy. Malcolm Barker - who at the age of twenty-one was one of the youngest people ever to join the Royal Household as an Official - has written a fascinating insight into life in Queen Elizabeth II's Court. Rather than concentrating on the Royal Family themselves, Mr Barker focuses on the peo This book is totally different to any previous publications about the British Monarchy. Malcolm Barker - who at the age of twenty-one was one of the youngest people ever to join the Royal Household as an Official - has written a fascinating insight into life in Queen Elizabeth II's Court. Rather than concentrating on the Royal Family themselves, Mr Barker focuses on the people that surround them, from the Queen's most senior advisors down to the most humble staff. Behind the glamourous facade of Court life there lies the appalling truth - that the Royal Household personnel regard themselves as being of far more importance than the Monarch herself. The result is a litany of corruption, blatant sexual perversion and gross disloyalty, which is completely out of control, with Queen Elizabeth and her family innocently trapped in the middle of it. Because of this, Malcolm Barker's story is full of amusing anecdotes and bizarre humor. Lurking behind the endless scandals there is a list of characters which a comedy script writer could never invent; these are people who so happily defy their entrusted responsibilities that one can only marvel at the boldness of their antics. In 'Courting Disaster' one enters a hitherto unexplored world, which makes compelling and thought-provoking reading, and which more than justifies the title of the book.