The Man Who Bought Mustique

If Joseph Conrad were writing celebrity profiles for Vanity Fair, Colin Tennant would be his ideal subject. In 1958, Tennant, aka Lord Glenconner, bought the tiny Caribbean island of Mustique for 45,000 pounds. Five years later, Tennant left his family seat — a rolling, 9000-acre estate in Peeblesshire, Scotland — moved to Mustique and set about...read more