ROGER MOORE    Book Number: 86816    Product format: Hardback

The late great actor Sir Roger Moore was still writing his book A Bientôt in the days before he passed away. He looks back on his life and gives it his trademark arched-eyebrow glance in a nostalgic, funny, charming series of reflections on age and aging. He encompasses all aspects of this universal experience from reminiscences on childhood and 'What Might have Been', keeping abreast of the ever-changing times, senior moments, memory and getting to grips with technology, the joys and frustrations of travel, work and play. Alongside he tells of intense happiness and some equally intense sadness of family life. Featuring his own drawings, the book sees Roger at his most open and forthright and the true stories and situations he shares reveal a Bond Unbound. In 1964 when starring in The Saint TV series, Roger had decided to give up on the idea of opening a club on Majorca and set his mind to opening one in London instead. "We shall provide good entertainment and good food in addition to gambling facilities", Mr Moore grinned. "What crap!" And his thoughts on smoking, here pictured - "Ah, the wicked weed. A filthy habit, but so cool." Drawings and photos, and even line art of his Mum's apple pie. Wonderfully nostalgic and warm. 160pp. Apologies for sticker.
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ISBN 9781782438618
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