Lord of London: a biography of the 2nd Duke of Westminster.
W.H. Allen, London 1966, 8vo, orig. bind med omslag, (2) + 246 s., engelsk tekst, fotoplansjer, par mindre rifter i bakomslaget.
«In this unique and highly readable biography of Hugh Grosvenor, second Duke of Westminster (1879—1953), Michael Harrison has drawn a splendid portrait of a man and his times, and of a way of life that has gone forever. Hugh Grosvenor started with everything a man could desire—birth, connections, money, health, and the certain expectation of the highest rank attainable in our society short of Royalty. […] He married three times, yet died without an heir. His life was a tragedy, despite his glittering heritage. He dabbled in art, war, politics and sport with some success but his restless, eversearching temperament tired of them all.»