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Mistrals Daughter, Krantz, Judith
Author Name:    Krantz, Judith

Title:   Mistrals Daughter

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

Edition:   First Edition

Publisher:   New York Crown Publishers 1983

ISBN Number:   0517549069 / 9780517549063

Seller ID:   002933

Corners bumped, slight edge wear. Jacket has 1" chip at rear base of spine, slight edge wear, sunning to spine, some rubbing. A nice copy.

"Only Judith Krantz could tell the story of three passionate heroines whose shared legacy-and destiny-is their love for the same dominating, tempestuous man-the great painter Julien Mistral. Mistral, like the fierce wind of Provence that shares his name, leaves no one in his path unchanged. . . . Mistral's Daughter covers decades of eventful, richly detailed drama as the story progresses from the glorious party of the 1920's through WWII up to the present. . . . Krantz captures the feverish, sparkling world of fashion modeling and penetrates the intrigues of a great artist and his circle. From Paris to Manhattan; from Rome to Provence; Maggy, Teddy, Fauve-the superb Lunel women-move independently and forcefully, loved by many men yet forever joined to one man-the monumental Julien Mistral."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Fiction Romance Julien Mistral (fictitious Character) Contemporary Romance Maggy Lunel (fictitious Character) Teddy Lunel (fictitious Character) Fauve Lunel (fictitious Character) Fashion Industry

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