Tell the Girl

by Sandra Howard

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Tell the Girl Synopsis

Married four times, Susannah Forbes had a starry career as a top model. Now, with an instinctive eye for colour and design, she finds herself in constant demand as an interior designer. Offered a commission by a recently divorced American to make over his lavish Long Island home, Susannah accepts, bringing as her assistant young divorcee Daisy Mitchell. Taking off from Heathrow, Susannah is transported back to a time when, at the height of her modelling career, she lived in New York. She is walking down Madison Avenue, calling in on ad offices, being hired for exotic, back-breaking shoots. She is posing in Vogue's studios, being photographed by America's big names: Penn, Avedon, Stern. She is in California, with Sinatra and friends, mixing with Marilyn Monroe, Bob Hope, Ella Fitzgerald. She relives her Washington weekends, spending time with JFK and Jackie. Weaving together a fascinating past and a present full of emotional turmoil, Sandra Howard draws us into a world she knew so well, of glamour, style and high society, but where, below the surface, extravagence, insecurity and infidelity run rife.

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ISBN: 9781471111358
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 9781471111358
Publication date: 3rd July 2014
Author: Sandra Howard
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Hardback
Genres: eBook Favourites, Sagas and Romance,
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About Sandra Howard

Sandra Howard was one of the leading fashion models of the 1960s. She is married to the former British Conservative Party leader Michael Howard. Her first novel, Glass Houses, was published in 2006 to widespread acclaim.

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