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Mr Jones' Rules for the Modern Man

Dylan Jones

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Biography: general, Prose: non-fiction, Society & culture: general, Self-help & personal development

From the publishers of HOW TO WALK IN HIGH HEELS, the ultimate lifestyle guide for men, by the editor of GQ.

A witty, stylish and indispensable guide to being a modern man.

It is tough being a man in the twenty-first century. First there are the big dilemmas, like how to get a pay rise and how to suck up to your boss. Then there are the minor irritations: how do you beat jet-lag, and how do you stop your trousers sliding off their hangers And finally there are all those things you ought to know, but don't: how to jump-start a car, how to buy lingerie, how to stop smoking, how to tie a Windsor Knot, how to behave at a lap-dancing club ... the list is endless.

Fear not. In Mr Jones Rules, the highly respected editor of GQ magazine, draws on his wealth of experience to give the final answer to these questions and more.

It will be the must-have present for every husband, boyfriend and son this Christmas.

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Praise for Mr Jones' Rules for the Modern Man

  • 'A brilliant book. Every man should own a copy' - Sir Paul Smith

  • 'My life has been incomplete without this book' - Jeremy Clarkson

  • 'I wish this book had been written twenty years ago' - Simon Cowell

  • 'Dylan Jones has been a man for the vast majority of his life. This book shows he's getting the hang of it' - Jimmy Carr

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Dylan Jones

New York Times bestselling author Dylan Jones has written over twenty books on subjects as diverse as music and politics and fashion and photography. In the 1980s, he was one of the first editors of i-D, before becoming a Contributing Editor of The Face and then the editor of Arena. He spent much of the next decade working in newspapers - principally the Observer and the Sunday Times - before embarking on a multi-award-winning tenure at GQ. A former columnist for the Guardian and the Independent, he is a Trustee of the Hay Festival, a board member of the British Fashion Council and in 2012 was awarded an OBE for services to publishing.

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