More About the Author
Born Paris, 8 November 1954, David Bret is Britain's foremost authority on the French chanson, and a leading celebrity biographer and broadcaster. His first book, "The Piaf Legend", was published to huge critical acclaim in 1988, since which time he has published over forty books, most of them best-sellers. He has a large celebrity following. He has made over 600 radio and television appearances, and appeared in fifteen television documentaries.
"Joey Stefano: His Life, Loves & Legacy"
The story of gay porn's legendary star--a man who contrary to popular believe did not spend his entire adult life with his finger on the self-destruct button. In this unique biography, with help from friends, colleagues and lovers--and from Joey himself--David Bret tells the real story of this enigmatic man.
"Nancy & The 1984 Yorkshire Coalminers Strike".
A new Nancy Sphinctergritzel spoof. Nancy (1904-2010) heads for Yorkshire in search of her 6th husband Lord Cecil Wilde's illegitimate son--to bump him off. While here she gets involved with the miner's strike and the outcome is far from pleasant.
Since the death of Phyllis Gates, David Bret's 2004 biography of Rock has been much revised and extended for release to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his death.
"The Big One!"
David Bret's website is www.davidbret.co.uk
He also has a Blog: http://davidbretbiographer.com
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