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The Dukes
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'An excellent book. I found it completely fascinating, with new and de lightful information on every page. ' Auberon Waugh

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Brian Masters has written on a wide range of subjects, from dukes to gorillas to murderers. His account of the addictive killer Dennis Nilsen, Killing for Company, won the Gold Dagger Award in 1985, and he followed this with studies of Jeffrey Dahmer and Rosemary West. In between, there were biographies of John Aspinall, Georgina Duchess of Devonshire, Marie Corelli, and E. F. Benson, as well as a book on India and a celebration of Great Hostesses (such as Cunard and Colefax). His book on moral philosophy was entitled The Evil That Men Do. He also writes for the Sunday papers and reviews for the Spectator, as well as organising a Grand Tour of Europe for American students every autumn, which he accompanies, lecturing on wine.

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Excellent mightily researched and readable. Absorbing through so many pages * Scotsman *
Splendidly painstaking and enormously readable -- Arthur Marshall * New Statesman *
With a keen sense of precedence and an admirable grasp of the British peerage system, he darts from duke to duke... racing up and down the genealogies * The Economist *

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