Even the most obscure political figures have an interesting tale to tell, and yes, some of them can be a tad egotistical. I can't remember who it was who said that a political autobiography is a work of fiction about oneself, but they sure had a point.
Today I got a book by Lord Thomas of Macclesfield called AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY WITH INTEGRITY. Snappy, eh? But it was the cover, which intrigued me. Can there have ever been a more egotistical cover than this - portraying the author as Moses, bringing down his tablets of wisdom for us all to enjoy?! Love it!