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Lindbergh, A Biography
Lindbergh A Biography
Author: Leonard Mosley
In the tawdry world of 1927, the bright sparks of the jazz age generation, in between boozing their way through the last months of the boom years, were apt to make overnight heroes of anyone who squatted longer on a pole, swallowed more goldfish, or gorged more frankfurters than anyone else had done before. — And now suddenly they were confronted...  more »
ISBN: 376678
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 446
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Publisher: Doubleday & Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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This was a wonderfully written book by an author who had the unique perspective of actually knowing Charles Lindbergh. This text gives the reader an up close look into the private life, dreams and thoughts of a private man caught in the spot light of public scrutiny. From his flight across the Atlantic to the loss of his child and his own deep depression this book introduces us to an extravagantly humble man named Charles Lindbergh.

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