Canadian fashionista, turned investigative journalist, Leonora Soculitherz returns to the UK with another very funny exposé. This time it is our fat cats, corporate clowns and insane politicians who are unclothed. Many celebrities are named and conspiracy theories abound. Through a series of interviews with (completely unknown) leading entrepreneurs, nearly a hundred 'Leonorisms' are gleaned. 'Leonorisms' are practical tips that will help you to swap your cubicle in the sad, bad, rat race for the freedom of running your own enterprise. Ms Soculitherz's latest book tips her hat towards Gulliver's Travels. However, instead of describing fictitious beings in mythical places, she treats us to the wit and wisdom of real characters, many of whom reside in Europe, Britain and Yorkshire's government recognised 'Most Enterprising Place', Scarborough. Along the way there are some surprisingly useful style tips - Ankle boots can still be cool, but with leggings means pigs trotters - is a maxim to which I heartily subscribe. However, I don't always agree with her snap judgements on people, such as 'always be wary of people with a forename for a surname' . This time there is a love interest with a hunky American motivational guru. The hunky American and a secretive global network of the rich and powerful compete for her attention alongside her investigation into why our fat cats and politicians continue to get rich even though everything they touch turns to dust. The reclusive Ms Soculitherz has now returned to Canada, leaving the promotion of her latest book in the hands of her long suffering/long suffered agent, Tony (not the famous one) Robinson. Robinson says: I expect 'Stripping' to be really hot this Christmas. We're thinking of making it available to the over 50s only, as some of the content can lead to binge laughter, which is a serious health risk . Soculitherz has packed her book with bonus features, including useful websites to help you start your own enterprise and a massive glossary of useful leadership speak phrases to get you noticed by the fat cats and politicians. An example of a glossary entry is: Navel gazing: all fluff and nonsense , or Check we're singing off the same hymnsheet: your alibi is best '. There is little upon which Soculitherz doesn t feel free to sharpen her razor sharp tongue. If you d like tips about relationships with men or furnishings - renovate rather than flat pack every time - advice on how to get out of the rat race and in to your own business, or whether you' re just out for a humorous read, you'll find something in this book for you.