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It is a wonderful and beautifully written book by a woman who is a keen observer of the interior and exterior world.
The courage it took to take this journey through her family's past and across oceans, as well as generations is stunning.
In fact, I wonder if it wouldn't have been more interesting if she had just published the diary instead of this book.
wonderful condition thank you from A very satisfied customer, hippo_books used-like newPublished 2 months ago by Judy Neal
Truth & Beauty....A richly rewarding book about so many things; impressive family invested in environmental concerns and the quest
for beauty, blessed with wealth,... Read more
Well written with lots of new information about this lovely lady. Interesting how she lived with the wealth, and how she could leave her children without a mother.Published 14 months ago by annie wallace
This was very interesting from the design of the book cover through the well written reflections on the mysteries of dysfunctional families. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mary Cross
The sobriquet of loveliest woman in America was bestowed by the press on Rosamund Pinchot, grandmother of the author. Read morePublished on March 4, 2012 by Laurie A. Brown
I "discovered" Rosamond Pinchot while doing research for a story about another notable woman of the 1930s. Read morePublished on April 12, 2011 by Himalayan Consulting
"The Loveliest Woman -- " is an interesting read. I especially enjoyed reading it because I grew up very near, and frequented, many of her favorite [places --- places in secret... Read morePublished on July 5, 2010 by C. Groves
It was the 1920's and Rosamond Pinchot had it all, beauty, the right connections in New York and Hollywood but it wasn't enough, she killed herself at the age of 33. Read morePublished on July 11, 2009 by Connemara