Kennedy's Great Love, Hitler's Perfect Beauty, and J. Edgar Hoover's Prime Suspect
She was an actress, a journalist, an explorer, a MGM screenwriter, and also a suspected Nazi spy.By Scott Farris Read by Scott Farris Biographies & Memoirs / Historical / Nonfiction`strong> English, Unabridged 12h 39m Sell Sheet Also available on
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In addition to her romance with Kennedy, Arvad married four times — including to an Egyptian prince, the brilliant filmmaker Paul Fejos, and the famed cowboy movie star Tim McCoy. She had affairs with Wall Street financier Bernard Baruch, the noted surgeon Dr. William Cahan, and Winston Churchill’s right hand man, Baron Robert Boothby. But by all accounts her admirers among the European and American elite loved Inga not for her physical beauty, but for her joie de vivre. She was a genius with people, she was daring and adventurous, and she was their equal. Like Isak Dinesen, Beryl Markham, and Clare Boothe Luce, Inga Arvad led a life that both sheds light on and defies the stereotypes of women of her time.
"A little-known great beauty who led an intriguing life is brought to life..." - AudioFile
"Scott Farris pulls back the curtain on a fascinating era in American history and an intriguing woman who lived through it. Inga Arvad's complexity is what makes the book so compelling. It seems she lived multiple lives and was part of the brightest and darkest moments in twentieth-century American history." - Kate Anderson Brower, NYT bestselling author of First Women & The Residence