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Even the bits about architect Addison Mizner can be found in other books with better detail and writing.
If you've ever been to Palm Beach, you will enjoy this investigative look into the lives and loves of the some of the island's more recent denizens.
While I'd like to think I'm above this preoccupation with the details of other people's lives, the reality is that I couldn't put the book down.
Very enlightening about the aristocrats of Palm Beach. I drove through the area only once, but was awed by the wealth. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Dan B
this was a fun summer read! gossipy, fully of great stuff.Published 14 days ago by Priscilla Paleologos
A well-written, interesting look at a way of life completely foreign to most of us, and a reinforcement of an old adage that money can't buy happiness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bljane
An exciting read for people who live in Southern Florida! The pictures are great and add to the incredible true stories of the rich and famous.Published 2 months ago by Susan
oh dear, the craziness and bourgeoisie. thank goodness I'm a nice middle class Peron from the Midwest
they deserved what they got
Florida and especially South Beach has fascinated me for a long time - some of the crazies that live there so this book made for interesting and informative reading.Published 4 months ago by Margi
The type of book you won't want to put down. Gives the reader the true story of the affluent and privileged.Published 10 months ago by Marianne Drake
Laurence Leamer has lived in Palm Beach for many years, and his knowledge of the area and its social leaders and wannabes animates this book, raising it above the typical... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Divascribe
I plan to read this when I'm under said palms, but I can write about the book itself. It was packaged well, shipped quickly (VERY quickly, according to media standards at USPS),... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Aimee Lyon