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The Bolter: Idina Sackville, the Woman Who Scandalised 1920's Society and Became White Mischief's Infamous Seductress

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On Friday 25th May, 1934, a forty-one-year-old woman walked into the lobby of Claridge's Hotel to meet the nineteen-year-old son whose face she did ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of The Bolter: Idina Sackville, the Woman Who Scandalised 1920's Society and Became White Mischief's Infamous Seductress

Overall customer rating: 3.334
bronwyn gillett
by bronwyn gillett on Aug 18, 2011

This book is probably of interest only to people like me who are interested in personalities rather than heroics. I do not find one redeeming quality in this woman, and am amazed at how the idea of what is attractive has changed over time. She was a chinless wonder who had the morals of an alley-cat ... More

ritarox

Good read

by ritarox on Jun 3, 2010

I very much enjoyed this "biography" of an unusual woman. More

LadyLou

Hated it!

by LadyLou on Jan 28, 2010

tedious and one of the most boring books I've ever attempted to read! Threw it out. More

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