Golden girl: the story of Jessica Savitch
Penguin Group (Canada), Mar 22, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 361 pages
Jessica Savitch earned the love and respect of millions of Americans as NBC's first anchorwoman. But behind the glamorous TV image was a ferociously driven, self-destructive woman, a woman who died at age 36 in a tragic auto accident. Here, as never told before, is her shocking, in-depth story.
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