The Lebaron Secret

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G.K. Hall, 1987 - Fiction - 590 pages
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A dramatic confrontation between Assyria LeBaron, matriarch of a family of wealthy vintners, and her sister-in-law Joanna, a N.Y. advertising executive, over the proposed takeover of the business by Assyria's son reveals a dark secret from the past

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Assaria LeBaron, 74, is a legend in the Bay Area. Bright, bold, and manipulative, she is a handicapped woman running huge Baronet Vineyards. Sari is involved in her greatest challenge, a takeover bid ... Read full review


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Stephen Gardner Birmingham was born in Andover, Connecticut on May 28, 1929. He received a degree in English from Williams College in 1950. Before becoming an author, he worked as an advertising copywriter in New York for Needham Harper Steers. His non-fiction books included Our Crowd: The Great Jewish Families of New York, The Right People: A Portrait of the American Social Establishment, The Grandees: America's Sephardic Elite, The Rest of Us: The Rise of America's Eastern European Jews, Certain People: America's Black Elite, Real Lace: America's Irish Rich, and Life at the Dakota: New York's Most Unusual Address. He also wrote nine novels including Young Mr. Keefe. He died from cancer on November 15, 2015 at the age of 86.

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