No Room for Secrets

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Penguin UK, Jun 30, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 272 pages
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Patsy Stone in Absolutely Fabulous; Purdey in The New Avengers; Bond Girl in On Her Majesty's Secret Service; Sapphire in Sapphire and Steel; a castaway in Girl Friday; actress; model; writer; campaigner; inventor; TV presenter and journalist: Joanna Lumley has played many roles in her lifetime, but rarely had the opportunity to reveal her true self.

Intimate, funny, intriguing and moving, No Room for Secrets is a more surprising and revealing autobiography than any sensational 'kiss and tell' memoir you will ever read. Inside you will find the real Joanna Lumley.


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Review: No Room for Secrets

User Review  - Lilly de Vries - Goodreads

Firstly, Joanna Lumley can read me the phone book and I'll enjoy it. Secondly - I didn't think I'd have anything in common with this glamorous star, yet we both have a knack for collecting "junk" and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Adam Cawthorn - Goodreads

I enjoyed the book, Joanna is a wonderful woman and in the book she takes you through her house, room by room recalling memories as she does so. In each room she gives a very good insight of her life and career. She has had an amazing life! She also seems to have a very lovely home :) Read full review


Drawing Room
Dining Room
Dressing Room
Music Room
Stairs Again
Spare Room

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About the author (2005)

Joanna Lumley was born in India and grew up in England and the Far East. She started out modeling for Jean Muir and soon went on to become one of Britain's best-loved actresses. In 1995, Joanna was awarded with an OBE shortly after making the documentary film Girl Friday.

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