The Two Mrs. Grenvilles

The Two Mrs. Grenvilles

Book - 1986
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When Navy ensign Billy Grenville, heir to a vast New York fortune, sees showgirl Ann Arden on the dance floor, it is love at first sight. And much to the horror of Alice Grenville, the indomitable family matriarch, he marries her. Ann wants desperately to be accepted by high society and to become the well-bred woman of her fantasies. But a gunshot one rainy night propels Ann into a notorious spotlight--as the two Mrs. Grenvilles enter into a conspiracy of silence that will bind them together for as long as they live. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, 1986, c1985
Edition: Large print ed. --
ISBN: 9780816140596
0816140596
Characteristics: 513 p. --

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bergieskid Dec 29, 2011

This book is one of many fictional accounts of the Woodward murder back in the late 1950's, perhaps early 1960's.

I enjoyed reading the book, but it's not one I would ever read again.

While reading it I had the uncomfortable feeling that I was having a delicious gossip with someone who wasn't quite nice.

It's a quick read, rather interesting, but not something I could wholeheartedly recommend.

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