There’s been a lot of trash-talk about Donald Trump, but probably none so scathing as adult-film star Stormy Daniels’s memoir, Full Disclosure. Just published, her humiliating takedown of the 45th US President follows other exposing accounts to have hit recent bestseller lists, further reddening the leader’s preturnaturally orange face.

Here, then, is a definitive rundown of those behind-the-curtain books on the Trump White House to date. 

When it was published at the start of the year, Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House (Henry Holt and Co., £18.00) was hailed for its exclusive access to the West Wing and inclusion of more than 200 interviews with adminstration staff. A page-turner about the year one of the Donald’s tumultuous presidency, it shed light on the icy relations between the presidential couple, suggesting that the First Lady counted herself among Trump’s many doubters during the campaign, and that she had spent election night depressed and “in tears”. Wolff also spilled the beans on Trump’s evening routine, which includes snuggling into bed with a cheeseburger watching his three TV screens.