My Mothers Keeper

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Berkley, May 1, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 313 pages
26 Reviews
Candidly, but with affection, the daughter of Bette Davis portrays the private side of the tempestuous actress and her marriage to Gary Merrill and recounts her own experiences as the daughter of a world-famous star

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User Review  - Brannon Boswell - Goodreads

This actually made me feel sorry for Bette. BD really is a "cold bitch" as her mom frequently calls her. Bette's actions are extremely annoying but honestly not much worse than what most people put up with from family members. Read full review

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User Review  - Diane Smith - Goodreads

This is the harshest, most self-serving compilation of garbage I've ever read. Bette Davis may not have been perfect but as I see it, she kept that girl warm, fed, and catered to like she was a fairy ... Read full review


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