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June: The Glass Ladder An Autobiography by June Tripp

£24.99

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The Glass Ladder by June. An Autobiography by June Tripp, The star of silent film and stage.
Sleeve is torn but the book itself is in good condition.
First Edition, published in 1960.
"June tells the inside story of her appearances before the Prince of Wales and of her parties with him and his brohers ; of her friendship with Mayfair's own novelist, Michael Arlen ; and to her marriage to one of the wealthiest young men of the century, Lord Inverclyde, and the subsequent sensational divorce case.
THE GLASS LADDER is not only a very personal self-portrait; it is also an intriguing record of an almost legendary era in London, New York and Paris by a very captivating woman who looks back with gaiety and wit."

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Author(s):
June Fripp
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
William Heinemann Ltd

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The Glass Ladder by June. An Autobiography by June Tripp, The star of silent film and stage.
Sleeve is torn but the book itself is in good condition.
First Edition, published in 1960.
"June tells the inside story of her appearances before the Prince of Wales and of her parties with him and his brohers ; of her friendship with Mayfair's own novelist, Michael Arlen ; and to her marriage to one of the wealthiest young men of the century, Lord Inverclyde, and the subsequent sensational divorce case.
THE GLASS LADDER is not only a very personal self-portrait; it is also an intriguing record of an almost legendary era in London, New York and Paris by a very captivating woman who looks back with gaiety and wit."

Author(s):
June Fripp
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
William Heinemann Ltd

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