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Summary

Dishing the Dirt tells the real-life story of house cleaners for the first time.

Journalist Nick Duerden spoke to joyful cleaners, slave labourers, women who dust nude for men, gay cleaners, and butlers running the homes of multi-millionaires for this insightful, surprising and gripping non-fiction book.

©2020 Nick Duerden (P)2020 Nick Duerden

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Written from a middle class point of view

Writes like everyone has a cleaner and if your English you wouldn't have this job. My mum's white, English and a cleaner and so am I. Makes out that all cleaners are foreign which is bizarre.