Meryl Gordon

author, 'Mrs. Astor Regrets'

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

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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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