Killing My Own Snakes: A Memoir

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She has been shot at by Bosnian snipers, been pursued by Robert Mugabe's notorious secret police, filed from the North Korean border, propositioned by both Salvador Dali and David Niven and been driven maniacally through London by Steve McQueen. But Ann Leslie's life is every bit as remarkable as her career. A daughter of the Raj, she was born in India and the strongest influence on her early life was an illiterate Pashtun bearer, who saved her life during Partition. Her mother, a great beauty, was indifferent to her eldest ...

Killing My Own Snakes: A Memoir 2013, Pan Books, London

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