Reflected Glory

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Simon & Schuster, Jul 8, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 576 pages
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Based on more than 800 interviews with 400 sources, many of them intimates of Pamela Harriman, "Reflected Glory" strips away the mythology surrounding this amazing woman to show how she used cunning, hard work, and beauty to secure a place in the world of power and wealth. of photos.

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REFLECTED GLORY: The Life of Pamela Churchill Harriman

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The riveting adventure of a red-haired country girl who became, in Smith's characterization, the last of the great courtesans and an internationally recognized diplomat. Pamela Harriman's life is the ... Read full review

Reflected glory: the life of Pamela Churchill Harriman

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In this fully documented biography of a modern-day courtesan, Smith (In All His Glory: The Life of William S. Paley, S. & S., 1990) reveals details and anecdotes extracted from 800 interviews (using ... Read full review

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Sally Bedell Smith is a historian and bestselling author of biographies of William S. Paley, Pamela Harriman, Diana Princess of Wales, John and Jacqueline Kennedy, Bill and Hillary Clinton and Queen Elizabeth II. Smith is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair. She has worked at Time and The New York Times, where she was a cultural news reporter.

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