"Brilliant, unputdownable, a tour de force. The best book about celebrities that I have ever read. I wish I’d written it."
Simon Napier-Bell, writer, producer, film maker, former manager of the Yardbirds, Marc Bolan, Wham!, Sinéad O’Connor, and George Michael as a solo artist
"Lesley-Ann was both the glamour and the guts of rock journalism. No one got closer to the story, nor nearer to the core of a crazy time. She was there and she was all there."
Robert Elms, presenter, BBC Radio London
"Boy oh boy, Tumbling Dice is sensational! The stories are amazing and the storyteller, Lesley-Ann Jones, brings such intelligence, self-knowledge and honesty to a life recollected, that by the second page of the introduction, I was hooked."
Matthew Parris, political writer & broadcaster, and former MP
Lesley-Ann Jones followed her late sportswriter father Ken Jones to Fleet Street and spent more than a quarter of a century there, working as a reporter, feature writer and columnist for many of the UK nationals.
She is the author of, among others, the internationally-acclaimed HERO : DAVID BOWIE and the Sunday Times bestseller
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY : THE DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY OF FREDDIE MERCURY.
Her latest book is THE STONE AGE: SIXTY YEARS OF THE ROLLING STONES.
She broadcasts regularly on, among others, BBC stations 2, 5 Live and Radio Kent, on Times Radio and on a range of local shows. She also contributes to many TV and internet documentaries produced in Europe, the USA and Japan.