Pamela Harriman: Life Of The Party (Paperback)Christopher Ogden (author)
Perhaps best known for shepherding the Democratic party through its political exile during the Reagan/Bush era, Pamela Harriman used her third husband Avrell's fortune and her own extraordinary charm and intelligence to help propel a grateful Bill Clinton into the White House.
The vivacious daughter of a rural English baron, at nineteen she married the only son of Winston Churchill and played a small part in the unfurling of history, while living with the Prime Minister during World War Two. Her second marriage to celebrated producer Leland Hayward put her at the crossroads of Hollywood and Broadway in the 1960s. Married to statesman Harriman in 1971- thirty years after a wartime affair- she dealt with Soviet, Chinese and European leaders. Along the way, she became one of the century's greatest courtesans, linked to such rich and powerful men as Gianni Agnelli, Frank Sinatra and Elie de Rothschild.
LIFE OF THE PARTY is the first inside look at Harriman's legendary and extraordinary life- an amazing story and one woman's rise to the pinnacle of power.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 528
Weight: 376 g
Dimensions: 199 x 136 x 33 mm
There are few parallels to this remarkable woman's life in the twentieth century. - INDEPENDENT
Her life is like a Judith Kranz novel- only it's for real. - EVENING STANDARD
An accomplished political operator with long-established networks of rich and powerful friends on both side of the Atlantic. - NEW YORK TIMES
Georgetowen's political doyenne signed Clinton to the board of her Democrats for the 80s committee. Now, at seventy-two, she's presiding over le tout Washington for the 90s. - VANITY FAIR
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