In 'No Room For Secrets' Joanna uses the unique structure of a tour through her beloved home as a metaphor for her life. Elements of each room dredge up memories about the people she has met, the places to which she has travelled and the experiences that have made an impact on the person she is today.
In the hall we learn about her birth in India and childhood in the Far East; in the study her boarding-school years in England; in the drawing room her passion for travel and books; in the kitchen she reveals her experiences of diet and modelling; in the bathroom her beauty regime (or lack of) and her thoughts on physical appearance; in the attic her feelings about her life now and hopes for the future.
Joanna's home has no room for secrets . . .