Intimate Lies by Robert Westbrook
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sheilah Graham Her Son's Story

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Using the notes, diaries, and correspondence she bequeathed to him, Sheilah Graham's son reveals the untold love story of his mother and F. Scott Fitzgerald in the late 1930s--a story she could not reveal in Beloved Infidel.
 

About Robert Westbrook

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JACK ANDERSON won a Pulitzer for exposing Richard Nixon's lies about the U.S. tilt in the India-Pakistan War in 1973. He is the author of "Millenium" and "Peace, War, and Politics." He passed away in 2006. ROBERT WESTBROOK is the author of a number of mystery and thriller novels. He lives in New Mexico.
 
Published July 1, 1995 by Harpercollins. 502 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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Fitzgerald, on the other hand, mesmerizes as he self-destructs, compelling his lover with his fragility and generosity and trumpeting his pain and frustration via bludgeoning cruelty and extravagant gin binges.

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The torturous love affair of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hollywood gossip columnist Sheilah Graham, his last flame, was related in Graham's 1958 bestseller, Beloved Infidel, which became a movie.

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Scott Fitzgerald and Hollywood gossip columnist Sheilah Graham, his last flame, was related in Graham's 1958 bestseller, Beloved Infidel, which became a movie.

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