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  • Very Detailed Biography - Well Worth Reading!

    This biography is well researched and very well written. The author clearly states his sources. He also differentiates between fact, his opinion, and the opinions of others. He does not soft soap flaws in any of the persons in this book, nor does he make them out to be more than they are. This is a long book that is a slow read. I found myself putting this aside while I read something lighter, and then coming back to it. I am not a tennis player, did not know this woman before reading the book, but there is so much more to it. It is fascinating as the author brings us inside the heady days between the wars. The Hollywood scene with the glamorous stars rubbing elbows with Howard Hughes, William Randolph Hearst, the DuPont's and other industry titans. Playing tennis with Marion Davies, being friends with Carole Lombard, flirting with Errol Flynn. I enjoyed being a fly on the wall through it all. This biography is well worth reading. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.

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