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Trash. I suspected as much, but that's pretty much what this book is. The subject matter I mean. Know what you're getting into.Published 3 months ago by Jane
I have been fascinated with him all my life, so naturally I enjoyed the book.
So many women loved him and he loved alal women!
A fascinating read of a real life play boy. As close to James Bond as you getPublished 6 months ago by N. B. Moller
Another pathetic story about a South American playboy possessed of a very big ..... (fill in the blank, please). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was a fun and entertaining read. Mr.Rubirosa was as close to James Bond as you are going to get. It was also a great look at a time where the was glamour and classPublished 10 months ago by Edwin Gomez
How do you get interested in a current day unknown, Rubirosa, Playboy of the 40s/50s, namesake of large pepper shakers in Paris? Read morePublished 15 months ago by R. Spell