Susie Boniface is a well-known writer and journalist who used to write an anonymous blog under the pseudonym Fleet Street Fox. She still does, but it’s no longer quite so anonymous since she decided to out herself as a national newspaper reporter. She has survived working in most places in Fleet Street as both staff and freelance - news agencies, broadsheets, tabloids, daily and Sunday papers. She wrote a book entitled The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox, about the sex and scandals the newspapers don’t report. It was described by leading broadcaster Jeremy Vine as "The first book I've read that starts at 90mph and speeds up." In her spare time, she lectures in journalism at several universities, and tries unsuccessfully to curb her weakness for Jaffa cakes. She’s a big fan of Bluffer’s Guides "because they usually turn out to be right"