Loss of Eden: A Biography of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh by Joyce Milton

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Loss of Eden: A Biography of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh

'“Engrossing . . . It is nearly impossible to imagine that any [other book about the Lindberghs] could match the horsepower, top speed or rate of climb displayed in [Loss of Eden].” —David C. Lee, Houston Chronicle“Riveting . . . Milton’s skillful new biography . . . succeeds in clearing up just about every conundrum in the life of this celebrated pioneer and his fabulously wealthy wife and co-pilot.” —Daniel Harris, Newsday“Admirably researched . . . [Milton] tells the story well, and movingly, and she obviously has uncovered a great deal of new material. She writes with vigor, and keeps the psychologizing to a minimum.” —Peter Kurth, The Washington Post Book World“Compelling . . . [Milton] is best as describing the haven Lindbergh tried to create for himself in the one enduring relationship of his life, his marriage to Anne Morrow.” —Ellen Chesler, The New York Times Book Review“[Milton’s] narrative is absolutely riveting as she details the heartbreaking search, the press and public’s emotional, intrusive reaction, and the arrest and trial of the alleged kidnapper.” —Linda Barrett Osborne, USA Today'
'“Engrossing . . . It is nearly impossible to imagine that any [other book about the Lindberghs] could match the horsepower, top speed or rate of climb displayed in [Loss of Eden].” —David C. Lee, Houston Chronicle“Riveting . . . Milton’s skillful new biography . . . succeeds in clearing up just about every conundrum in the life of this celebrated pioneer and his fabulously wealthy wife and co-pilot.” —Daniel Harris, Newsday“Admirably researched . . . [Milton] tells the story well, and movingly, and she obviously has uncovered a great deal of new material. She writes with vigor, and keeps the psychologizing to a minimum.” —Peter Kurth, The Washington Post Book World“Compelling . . . [Milton] is best as describing the haven Lindbergh tried to create for himself in the one enduring relationship of his life, his marriage to Anne Morrow.” —Ellen Chesler, The New York Times Book Review“[Milton’s] narrative is absolutely riveting as she details the heartbreaking search, the press and public’s emotional, intrusive reaction, and the arrest and trial of the alleged kidnapper.” —Linda Barrett Osborne, USA Today'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497659131 Pages: 528