The two Mrs. Grenvilles: a novel

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Crown Publishers, May 1, 1985 - Fiction - 374 pages
17 Reviews
Writing the story of Iris Grenville's life, Brady Campion is introduced to a beautiful woman, uncultured but determined to become a member of society's elite, who killed her husband and whose lawyers convinced a jury that she mistook him for a prowler

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User Review  - Gena - Goodreads

This book probably deserves a 3.5 for me--not a great work of literature, but a fun read. It is not the sort of thing I normally read; but I picked it up because I have a very vague connection to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Saiyara - Goodreads

This book felt real to me. Ann Grenville was a character ready to do anything to get what she wanted, her name on the social register. She accomplished it, through tricks and lies, deceit and ... Read full review

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Dominick Dunne is an internationally acclaimed journalist and the bestselling author of both fiction and nonfiction, including Another City, Not My Own; An Inconvenient Woman; The Two Mrs. Grenvilles; People Like Us; and The Mansions of Limbo.

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