The Baron's Tale

The Baron's Tale

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Artist, historian, teacher, musician, country sportsman and media baron befriends top Scottish call-girl! The 4th of a 5-volume autobiography, this volume covers one of the most significant relationships in 'The Red Baron's' life. When they first met, neither of them had the slightest notion that Baron Lush would be on his way to the Big Brother house four months later. This is a touching tale of a particularly unusual relationship between two people from contrasting backgrounds and different age groups. And with a heady mix of romance and drama, humour and tragedy, you might even wonder whether you are reading a novel or an autobiography. But as 'Alice' once said, 'It's the Baron we talkin bout!!!' This edition is also available as an ebook on Amazon.com. Further details and sample passages can be found on Baron Lush's website @ www.charlielushfinearts.co.ukshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.27mm | 517.09g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150778161X
  • 9781507781616

About Baron Charlie Lush

A great-great-grandson of the eminent Victorian judge, Lord Justice Robert Lush, Baron Charlie Lush was born in Carlisle, Cumbria, in 1958 and has led a varied an eventful life. Formerly trained as a musician, he then spent the next fifteen years teaching academic and extracurricular activities in private schools before moving into retail. Since then, he has written books, exhibited paintings, picked up a second degree in Art History and Modern History, managed a trout fishery and even appeared as the Governor of the girls' school in the tv show 'Ladette to Lady'. With such a broad experience of life, he has plenty to write about and is currently working on the next book of his five-volume autobiography. For a more detailed biography, please refer to his website at www.charlielushfinearts.co.ukshow more