'Doris Dubois is twenty-three years younger than I am. She is slimmer than I am, and more clever. She has a degree in economics, and hosts a TV arts programme. She lives in a big house with a swimming pool at the end of a country lane. It used to be mine... I tried to kill her once, but failed.' Fay Weldon turns her gaze on London's super rich and delivers a thrilling satire on their world - charity auctions, commissioned portraits and exclusive designer jewellers. Not to mention adultery, attempted murder, bribery, corruption and more than a few tantrums.