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The Story Of Channon Rose

Author : Channon Rose
Publisher : Independently Published
Release : 2019-05-03
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 1096589966
File Size : 46,8 Mb
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Book Summary: Porn star turned social media influencer, Channon Rose takes you through her life in the adult entertainment industry. She shares secret stories about working as a high class escort and talks about her encounters with celebrities, athletes and politicians. She manages to create a captivating story that is both tragic and empowering. Not shying away from the truth and it's consequences, Channon leads the reader through a series of shattering, first-hand revelations about her suicide attempts, shady celebs, past relationships, her abortions, crime and murders - creating a scene that's hard to look away from. Go behind the scenes of the Howard Stern show and find out what it's like working for Playboy TV; and among it all learn how a person can find love, even in hopeless places. From a marriage ending in divorce, through a series of trials finally leading towards finding a true purpose in life, this is a not a journey for the faint of heart. But from the first page of this true story, you'll feel like you're walking in Channon's shoes, and you won't be able to put it down until you've learned to run in stiletto heels.

The Story Of Channon Rose Lessons Between The Lines

Author : Channon Rose
Publisher : Channon Rose
Release : 2021-07-28
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 1087901030
File Size : 12,9 Mb
Total Download : 285

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Book Summary: Former porn star now social media influencer, Channon Rose takes you through her early childhood, which was filled with severe traumatic events. The story of Channon's childhood is both disturbing and captivating. Channon shares her deepest darkest secrets about her life in this book that she hasn't even shared with her own family or closest friends. Channon spent much of her childhood in and out of psychiatric hospitals, dealing with drug addiction, she was a child prostitute, she delt with emotional and physical abuse at home, and she struggled with eating disorders. These are just a few of the stories she shares in this book. This candid story will take you with her as she grows up, follow the life of a girl out of control. This incredible journey will whip you past an attempted murder, being expelled from almost every school, and will take you into the heart of what it is like to be young and alone, with a psychopath stepparent and a death wish. Every moment of this true story will lend you insight into the mind of a lost little girl, and how she eventually managed to survive through it all, despite the odds. Are you up for a wild ride? If so take a peek inside.

Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries (Volume 2)

Author : Chips Channon
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2021-09-09
Category : Literary Collections
ISBN : 9781473567207
File Size : 24,8 Mb
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Book Summary: The second volume of the remarkable, Sunday Times bestselling diaries of Chips Channon. This second volume of the bestselling diaries of Henry 'Chips' Channon takes us from the heady aftermath of the Munich agreement, when the Prime Minister so admired by Chips was credited with having averted a general European conflagration, through the rapid unravelling of appeasement, and on to the tribulations of the early years of the Second World War. It closes with a moment of hope, as Channon, in recording the fall of Mussolini in July 1943, reflects: 'The war must be more than half over.' For much of this period, Channon is genuinely an eye-witness to unfolding events. He reassures Neville Chamberlain as he fights for his political life in May 1940. He chats to Winston Churchill while the two men inspect the bombed-out chamber of the House of Commons a few months later. From his desk at the Foreign Office he charts the progress of the war. But with the departure of his boss 'Rab' Butler to the Ministry of Education, and Channon's subsequent exclusion from the corridors of power, his life changes - and with it the preoccupations and tone of the diaries. The conduct of the war remains a constant theme, but more personal preoccupations come increasingly to the fore. As he throws himself back into the pleasures of society, he records his encounters with the likes of Noël Coward, Prince Philip, General de Gaulle and Oscar Wilde's erstwhile lover Lord Alfred Douglas. He describes dinners with members of European royal dynasties, and recounts gossip and scandal about the great, the good and the less good. And he charts the implosion of his marriage and his burgeoning, passionate friendship with a young officer on Wavell's staff. These are diaries that bring a whole epoch vividly to life.

Who's In, Who's Out: The Journals of Kenneth Rose

Author : Kenneth Rose
Publisher : Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Release : 2018-11-01
Category : Literary Collections
ISBN : 9781474601566
File Size : 41,9 Mb
Total Download : 745

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Book Summary: Kenneth Rose was one of the most astute observers of the establishment for over seventy years. The wry and amusing journals of the royal biographer and historian made objective observation a sculpted craft. His impeccable social placement located him within the beating heart of the national elite for decades. He was capable of writing substantial history, such as his priceless material on the abdication crisis from conversations with both the Duke of Windsor and the Queen Mother. Yet he maintained sufficient distance to achieve impartial documentation while working among political, clerical, military, literary and aristocratic circles. Relentless observation and a self-confessed difficulty 'to let a good story pass me by' made Rose a legendary social commentator, while his impressive breadth of interests was underpinned by tremendous respect for the subjects of his enquiry. Brilliantly equipped as Rose was to witness, detail and report, the first volume of his journals vividly portrays some of the most important events and people of the last century, from the bombing of London during the Second World War to the election of Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first woman Prime Minister, in 1979.

Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries (Volume 1)

Author : Chips Channon
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2021-03-04
Category : Literary Collections
ISBN : 9781473567191
File Size : 47,8 Mb
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Book Summary: The Sunday Times bestselling edition of Chips Channon's remarkable diaries. Born in Chicago in 1897, 'Chips' Channon settled in England after the Great War, married into the immensely wealthy Guinness family, and served as Conservative MP for Southend-on-Sea from 1935 until his death in 1958. His career was unremarkable. His diaries are quite the opposite. Elegant, gossipy and bitchy by turns, they are the unfettered observations of a man who went everywhere and who knew everybody. Whether describing the antics of London society in the interwar years, or the growing scandal surrounding his close friends Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson during the abdication crisis, or the mood in the House of Commons in the lead up to the Munich crisis, his sense of drama and his eye for the telling detail are unmatched. These are diaries that bring a whole epoch vividly to life. A heavily abridged and censored edition of the diaries was published in 1967. Only now, sixty years after Chips's death, can an extensive text be shared. ________________________________ 'Chips perfectly embodied the qualities vital to the task: a capacious ear for gossip, a neat turn of phrase, a waspish desire to tell all, and easy access to the highest social circles across Europe.[...] Blending Woosterish antics with a Lady Bracknellesque capacity for acid comment. Replete with fascinating insights.' Jesse Norman, Financial Times

Go-Betweens for Hitler

Author : Karina Urbach
Publisher : OUP Oxford
Release : 2015-07-24
Category : History
ISBN : 9780191008672
File Size : 14,9 Mb
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Book Summary: This is the untold story of how some of Germany's top aristocrats contributed to Hitler's secret diplomacy during the Third Reich, providing a direct line to their influential contacts and relations across Europe — especially in Britain, where their contacts included the press baron and Daily Mail owner Lord Rothermere and the future King Edward VIII. Using previously unexplored sources from Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, and the USA, Karina Urbach unravels the story of top-level go-betweens such as the Duke of Coburg, grandson of Queen Victoria, and the seductive Stephanie von Hohenlohe, who rose from a life of poverty in Vienna to become a princess and an intimate of Adolf Hitler. As Urbach shows, Coburg and other senior aristocrats were tasked with some of Germany's most secret foreign policy missions from the First World War onwards, culminating in their role as Hitler's trusted go-betweens, as he readied Germany for conflict during the 1930s — and later, in the Second World War. Tracing what became of these high-level go-betweens in the years after the Nazi collapse in 1945 — from prominent media careers to sunny retirements in Marbella — the book concludes with an assessment of their overall significance in the foreign policy of the Third Reich.

The Man in the Queue

Author : Josephine Tey
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2013-01-08
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781476733289
File Size : 32,9 Mb
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Book Summary: Inspector Alan Grant searches for the identity of a man killed in the line at a theater and for the identity of the killer—whom no one saw. A long line had formed for the standing-room-only section of the Woffington Theatre. London’s favorite musical comedy of the past two years was finishing its run at the end of the week. Suddenly, the line began to move, forming a wedge before the open doors as hopeful theatergoers nudged their way forward. But one man, his head sunk down upon his chest, slowly sank to his knees and then, still more slowly, keeled over on his face. Thinking he had fainted, a spectator moved to help, but recoiled in horror from what lay before him: the man in the queue had a small silver dagger neatly plunged into his back. With the wit and guile that have made Inspector Grant a favorite of mystery fans, the inspector sets about discovering just how a murder occurred among so many witnesses, none of whom saw a thing.

The Alpine Path

Author : L. M. Montgomery
Publisher : Good Press
Release : 2021-08-31
Category : Fiction
ISBN : EAN:4066338046420
File Size : 32,8 Mb
Total Download : 269

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Book Summary: "The Alpine Path" by L. M. Montgomery. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.