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The Bolter: Idina Sackville - The woman who scandalised 1920s Society and became White Mischief's infamous seductress
The Bolter: Idina Sackville - The woman who scandalised 1920s Society and became White Mischief's infamous seductress
Frances Osborne
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The Bolter is the real Idina's story told by her great-grand-daughter Frances Osborne. It whirls the reader through the London social scene during the First World War and the decadence of Kenya's Happy Valley via Idina's five marriages and innumerable love affairs. I loved it. (Alice O'Keeffe,... Read More

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