When Fleetwood Mac were recording and then touring with their classic "Rumours" - at the time the fastest-selling album in history - they were one of the biggest music acts in the world. But behind the facade of their tuneful, breezy, memorable pop songs was a world of internal animosity and strife, drug use, incestuous sexual shenanigans and wild partying which, as the band took a new direction with the follow-up album Tusk, inexorably spiralled into darkness and chaos. One might expect such excess from Aerosmith - but...Fleetwood Mac? Carol Ann Harris was the girlfriend of Fleetwood Mac's singer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, and therefore right at the centre of events during this luridly eventful period. Now she has written a no-holds-barred memoir of her time with Lindsey and the band.It's a story that brings in stars like Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton and the doomed Denis Wilson of the Beach Boys, and that rivals Pamela de Barres' book "I'm with the Band" or Stephen Davis' classic Led Zeppelin book "Hammer of the Gods" for sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll excess. The book includes many photographs never seen before.