Confessions of a Pretty Lady

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Harper & Row, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 133 pages
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The comedienne/actress shares the crazy-quilt story of her childhood in New York and Los Angeles and the medley of weird and wonderful characters with whom she grew up

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Review: Confessions of a Pretty Lady: Stories True and Otherwise

User Review  - John William - Goodreads

I love love love Sandra. And have seen her live which was completely brilliant. And I can lip synch along to all of her shows on CD. I did not find this book as magical as the rest of her output... Or her/self. But perhaps I should give it another read. Read full review

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User Review  - Hank Stuever - Goodreads

My friends and I were all about her for a time, and then it gets old. Some funny parts here. Read full review

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