1985 "First Edition" stated; Crown Publishers, New York; hardbound in brown and rust boards with bold gilt stamp lettering along spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket quite good.
goodreads review -
A luscious novel composed of just the right measure of sex, glamour, passion, and psychological motivation . . . . This is a candy of a book."-- "Cosmopolitan.""Smoothly written, engrossing . . . Ann is a heroine you love to hate . . . . Will be read with enormous enjoyment for the personalities, from Brenda Frazier to the Duchess of Windsor, that decorate its pages for the knowing glimpses of high living in high places."-- "Publishers Weekly."
"Dominick Dunne is the best chronicler of American Society since Truman Capote. He is the only person writing about high society from inside the aquarium"--Tina Brown, "Vanity Fair