Présentation de l'éditeur
Dragged wide-eyed and unprotesting from the decent obscurity of the classical theatre, John Nettles became Jim Bergerac, the heart-throb hero of the glossy detective saga. He was ushered willy-nilly into the exotic world of mini-celebrity, peopled by showbiz personalities, journalists, lunatic fans with strange sexual persuasions and performers of every kind. Amused and often confused by the strange groups around him he began keeping a diary in which he recorded the often bizarre experiences that befell him. His account of life in the fast lane is hilarious and, above all, very revealing.