Author: Sarah Bradford
FROM INSIDE COVER: — Grace Kelly's career was the ultimate fulfillment of the American Dream. The granddaughter of of an immigrant farm boy from County Mayo [Ireland], she became a top Hollywood star and then the wife of a ruling European Prince. — Idolized by Alfred Hitchcock, courted by Clark Gable, Bing Crosby and William Holden amoung others, ...  more »
ISBN: 134064
Publication Date: 9/10/1982
Pages: 242

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Publisher: Stein And Day/New York
Book Type: Hardcover
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This book really lets you inside what the former Grace Kelly and now Princess Grace had to endure as a princess, and may bust the bubble of those who always dreamed of becoming a princess in real life....there is a lot of pain and stifling involved and asking permission and not doing this and making sure even when sick to do this etc....I felt touched by what she endured and read the book in one setting.....explains clearly and concise what we have all wondered about--the accident that claimed her life in a car crash. A VERY good read. Made me love her all over again. Has 32 pages of pictures.