Why does royal favourite Jilly Cooper write depraved fiction about paedophile rings? - Printable Version
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Why does royal favourite Jilly Cooper write depraved fiction about paedophile rings? - Survivors - 04-12-2018
Author JILLY COOPER lived in Barnes, southwest London around the corner from the Elm Guest House child brothel.
Jilly Cooper was so interested in the real-life VIP paedophile ring operating at Elm Guest House in Rocks Lane that she featured it in her 1984 book, The Common Years. (see Elm Guest House and 'The Common Years' by Jilly Cooper)
Coincidentally, Jilly Cooper has felt the need to write another 'story' about a paedophile ring more recently.
Take her 2006 novel, Wicked.
One reviewer sums up Jilly Cooper's 2006 'fiction' with this damning verdict:
Quote:"Beyond Wicked - Depraved ...
A second reviewer found Jilly Cooper's use of a paedophile ring for story-telling purposes "dismissive" and "tasteless":
Quote:"I found the whole paedophile ring quite disturbing and also the rape/murder of a young girl -
A third reviewer wonders at the "creepiness" of Jilly Cooper's book:
Quote:"Seems even more creepy on a second reading ...
After reading such horrifying book reviews, the question must surely be this...
Wherever did former Barnes resident Jilly Cooper - whose social circle includes Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, and senior Tories such as Michael Portillo - come across such "depraved", "sinister" and "creepy" ideas for her "sickening" books?
Well. No doubt the author is simply dying to tell the IICSA everything that she knows about the Westminster/Buckingham Palace/VIP paedophile network that surrounded Elm Guest House...
Jilly Cooper and the Anglo-Irish Vice Ring at Elm Guest House