Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Lord Bonkers' "Fifty Shades of Viscount Grey"

Rutland's most decorated peer writes exclusively for Liberal England:

I recently employed these columns to inform you that Fifty Shades of Earl Grey, my guide to tea making, had been selling gratifyingly well and that I had given orders for it to be reprinted.

I am pleased to report that a second of my books, which happens to have a similar title, is rivalling hot cakes in its popularity.

Fifty Shades of Viscount Grey is a nuanced study of Grey of Fallodon, the Liberal Foreign Secretary, and it has been positively flying off the shelves in recent weeks.

So I have given orders for it to be reprinted too.

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