Meryl Gordon

author, 'Mrs. Astor Regrets'

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Author of Mrs Astor Regrets: The Hidden Betrayals of a Family beyond Reproach

Meryl Gordon on KCRW

Brooke Astor was Queen of the New York's high society almost until she died at the age of 105, but her last years read like a soap opera.

Mrs Astor Regrets

Brooke Astor was Queen of the New York's high society almost until she died at the age of 105, but her last years read like a soap opera.

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