Close Personal Friends is a star-studded, name-dropping, pill popping, pot smoking, rags to riches tale of the author’s rarefied life in London during the five years he lived there in the Swinging Sixties. From hanging out with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton to getting high with Mick Jagger, the book also candidly explores the author’s discovery of the agony and ecstasy of the times in which he lived and loved.
The author is previewing three chapters.
The Baron and the Pop Star is the author’s novella about his high speed, life-altering, spellbinding, mind-bending romance with pop star and earth goddess Mama Cass Elliot, whom he happily married - and sadly divorced - in 1971.
It is offered as a tribute to her and all those that loved her.