Well after those three you are really into the likes of Peebles (rated highly by DGB I know), Mitchell, Hollies and Robins, and not many more. England's greatest spinners have been orthodox finger spinners, Rhodes, Laker, Verity, Underwood and so on. And there's a case for saying that Underwood was really a medium-pacer, but that's another story. I assume he wrote an autobiography at some stage but I can't recall seeing one.
Incidentally, on the subject of England 'leggies' one of my favourite Golden Age players is Douglas Ward Carr, picked for his only Test in 1909 at the age of 37 - he took 7 for 282 in the match. When Arthur Carr was appointed as captain of England 17 years later, Lord Harris remarked "Carr ... ah Carr, bit old, but Kent, we can't go wrong there."