'The Duchess Who Dared: The Life of Margaret, Duchess of Argyll' 1994

From a childhood of luxury through a series of sensational adulteries to poverty-stricken old age, the Duchess of Argyll's was a life whose most famous event was the notorious Argyll versus Argyll divorce.

To many she seemed a monster, her ruthless pursuit of her own interest was combined with sexual voraciousness and an outrageous lifestyle.

This is a biography, told in the Duchess's own words via recorded interviews with the author.

Charles Castle


Sidgwick & Jackson London

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