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Demands a readership perceptive beyond that of the usual best-seller pap we see on the NYTimes lists . . .Published 23 days ago by Robert W. Hill
Ann Beattie should stick to fiction!!! I didn't even finish this piece of c$&p!
Maybe she has better luck if she would stick to what she knows.
Could not finish this. WHat a self-indulgent waste of paper and ink.Published 11 months ago by Georgia
Mrs. Nixon who received many and unfair jabs from the public was not worthy of that treatment. Remember the Red China joke about her? It was actually vicious and unwarranted. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Karen Kee
I'm only halfway through, but I must say this book is really taking me a long time to read. You get a nugget of information on Pat Nixon and then the book goes on these long... Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by tovah
This is one of the most interesting and creative books I have read in a long time. Beattie astutely gets into the mind of a very private woman through both research and a talent... Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by Amanda Wilson
I wasted my money and time. This book is boring and discusses Mrs. Nixon very little. The author spends her time talking about the art of fiction writing instead of Mrs. Nixon.Published on March 10, 2012 by Patricia A. Bolton