Who would have thought that JK Rowling would follow up her last Harry Potter Book "Harry Potter stark bollock naked and a horse" with a blockbuster of a biography about Mohamed Al Fayed's Cheuffeur Henri Paul?
At a packed venue in New York the great and the good of the worlds literati came together for the 25th annual "I'm running out of ideas award" hosted by The New York Times and sponsered by Cillit Bang.
All the talk was about Rowling and her new departure into biography writing. Her latest offering "Henri Paul- a bugger for the barriers" caused a sensation when released by New York publisher Hodder & Plodder.
This touching, often comical book tells the story of a frog driver who spent a night on the sauce before piling into a French underpass like Lewis Hamilton on steroids and the eventual loss of Britains top bimbo and her pimp.
Sadly, descerning readers in the UK with have to wait until December before JK's latest cliff-hanger reaches the bookshelves of London.
Due to publishing copyrights, the Penguine hardback will carry the title "Crash Testing for Dummies"
We can't wait!