The McMillan Palgrave comment is misleading: if this book lacks something, brio is it. It has a terrific and fascinating subject and does no justice to her at all. If you want to get a notion about Nancy Astor's extremely complex character, read the memoirs of her lady's maid, Rose. Fort denigrates Rose, as if he knows that her book is 100 times more interesting than his. Don't be fooled. Rose's book is also available in this library collection, too. I own a copy & can highly recommend it; and even "Five Sisters" which is about Nancy and her sisters, is better.
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