Princess Daisy

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Bantam Books, 1992 - Fiction - 494 pages
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She was born Princess Marguerite Alexandrovna††Valensky. But everyone called her Daisy. She was a††blonde beauty living in a world of aristocrats and††countless wealthy. Her father was a prince, a††Russian nobleman. Her mother was an American movie††goddess. Men desired her. Women envied her.††Daisy's life was a fairy tale filled with parties and††balls, priceless jewels, money and love. Then,††suddenly, the fairy tale ended. And Princess Daisy††had to start again, with nothing--except the secret††she guarded from the day she was born.

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novel of princess who had everything, nothing, and everything again. She was born Princess Marguerite Alexandrovna Valensky. But everyone called her Daisy. She was a blonde beauty living in a world of ... Read full review

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A long read to be sure, but it was a captivating one despite the often long winded arcs into the lives of others. Krantz, is the author who I turn to when I'm in the mood to play the voyeur into the ... Read full review

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Judith Krantz was born on January 9, 1929 in New York City. She graduated from Wellesley College in 1948. She was a fashion publicist in Paris in the late 1940s. She was the fashion editor for Good Housekeeping magazine, a contributing writer to McCall's magazine and Ladies' Home Journal, and the contributing West Coast editor of Cosmopolitan. Her first novel, Scruples, was published in 1978. Her other novels include Princess Daisy, Mistral's Daughter, I'll Take Manhattan, Till We Meet Again, The Jewels of Tessa Kent, and Lovers. Her autobiography, Sex and Shopping: The Confessions of a Nice Jewish Girl, was published in 2000.

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