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"Fresh, engaging and pushing the boundaries. It's written by someone who has obviously worked in the celebrity industry...a fascinating insight into a glamorous but tawdry world. Very original…kind of like Brett Easton-Ellis comes to London."- US REVIEWS
Celebrities have secrets. Meet the man who knows them all and will do anything to keep them quiet. Even murder.
Andrew Manning is one of celebrity’s back room boys. He’s spent twenty years repackaging and reviving celebrities whose careers have been overshadowed by scandal and is now the very special agent to a stellar list of stars. Andy is a wealthy and powerful man. He knows where the bodies are buried.
Shelley Bright, chart-topping singer, fashion icon and foul-mouthed homophobe wants a divorce from her famous and secretly gay footballer husband. She calls on Andrew to organise it. Reality TV star Joey Camp’s career goes into free-fall after he launches an expletive-laden attack on The Queen on live television: he needs Andrew to save him. And Janey Jax, international Pop Goddess…what she wants is so twisted and bizarre that it shocks even Andrew.
And as Andrew’s partner and lover, Johnny, begins a descent into celebrity-induced psychosis and a blackmailing paparazzi appears on the scene, things look set to become murderous.
With lashings of suicide, drugs, blackmail and violence, “I Really, Really Want It” is a dark, irreverent and no-holds barred take on our celebrity obsessed culture.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: The author worked for many years handling PR for ‘A-List’ celebrities. He refuses to confirm the names of his clients or whether his work for them has informed the events described in his controversial book "I Really Really Want It".
“I really, really liked this book. When I can open up a book and within a few pages I can start writing a film play for it, it's good. Not only did I like this book I loved it. I started casing actors in different roles as I read it….this book should get a lot of attention and I mean some Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Edgar Wright type of attention. Kevin Smith could do a lot with it as well.”
"I would tell you to curl up with this book and your favorite beverage, but this wonderful book holds an edge of your seat tale you will not be able to put down, and you will be astonished to find you finished your whole bottle of wine! DO NOT pick up this book until you have a few hours to give to nothing but reading…”
“There are parts that will make you laugh and others that will have you sitting there with your mouth hanging open re-reading to make sure that you read the words correctly….it contains everything you would expect like sex, murder, marriages of convenience, black mail, spying, and one thing I can't even write about here. You'll just have to buy the book to find out what it is!”
"Andrew Manning is one of the go-to guys who will help hide your secrets and repackage you if necessary, and his devious methods have made him as rich and powerful as any showbiz personality. With gruesome details and foul language, this story is not written for the faint-hearted, but is an absorbing yarn with clever and witty dialogue…I really, really liked it."