A woman of captivating presence whose affairs scandalized Kenya, Beryl
Markham became famous after her pioneering transatlantic solo flight in
Drawing on her own long association with Markham, as well as diaries, letters, and interviews, Errol Trzebinski unravels the complexities of one of the century's great personalities.
Markham's memoir, West with the Night, was rediscovered in 1983 and became an instant bestseller, though shadowed by rumors that Markham was not the actual author. Trzebinski here puts the question of authorship to rest, as she answers many other questions about Markham in this riveting true story of courage, rivalry, sexual intrigue, and revenge.
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A biography that reluctantly digs the dirt--and there's an awful lot of it--on famed Kenyan-born aviatrix Beryl Markham, the first woman to fly the Atlantic and once the presumed author of the bestselling West with the Night.| Read Full Review of The Lives of Beryl Markham
THE LIVES OF BERYL MARKHAM Errol Trzebinski (Norton, $27.50) Although the belittling subtitle of this biography identifies Beryl Markham as aviator ''Denys Finch Hatton's Last Great Love,'' the book itself dramatizes her more meaningful accomplishments.Sep 17 1993 | Read Full Review of The Lives of Beryl Markham
It's a good enough claim to fame, but Beryl Markham did more than clear 'The Waterjump'.| Read Full Review of The Lives of Beryl Markham
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