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|Après ski on one of our rare trips to the snow. Dad didn't ski but filmed me making a mess of it. Here we're stuck on some Rubik's Cube–type game. Vail, Colorado, circa 1976.||Cary Grant and Jennifer, circa 1969.||A restaurant in New York, 1969.||One of my favorite pictures of Mom (Dyan Cannon), circa 1967. The summer hat, the dignified gaze . . . gorgeous.|
I love the Herriot books so I also loved reading about the author's life. In my opinion, this is well-written and full of interesting details.Published 7 days ago by cprkwy8
From his daughter's point of view Cary Grant was an amazing father. He was the good stuff in her life.Published 1 month ago by R. Fravert
Memories of a loving daughters relationship with her dad. A good read.Published 1 month ago by Katherine
The book itself was a pretty good/interesting read until I got about halfway through and realized there were several pages missing (in a digital book!). Read morePublished 4 months ago by avenab
A must resd for any Cary Grant fan. We'll written and full of great information.Published 4 months ago by Bnorth
I loved learning about the wonderful home life and supportive, ideal environment that Cary Grant created for his daughter. This is such a wonderful portrayal of the man!Published 5 months ago by Raoul Pop
Interesting to read Jennifer's perspective of her raising. Gosh her Daddy was so devoted to her...what a lucky woman. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sharon S. Walker
made me feel sorry for his last wife. one can see where they would miss such an imposing personality.Published 6 months ago by liver lips
The book was a good read, it was well written and interesting. it was nice to see Cary Grant from his daughter's view.Published 6 months ago by PatiD