"DELIGHTFUL, GOSSIPY, HILARIOUS MEMOIRS CHARM, GUTS, AND DELICIOUS WIT." The New York Times Book Review
She was Southern born and bred, was "finished" at a fancy school, "came out" at the proper time and then "came up" to conquer Washington, D.C.
This is the story of Barbara Howar, who has shocked, amused, outraged, and hobnobbed with every level of power—social and political. . . . "Definitely worth reading." —Publishers Weekly
"FRANK, FUNNY, MARVELOUS. SOME NERVE, I CALL IT, AND WISH IT WERE MINE." -Mary Ellin Barrett, Cosmopolitan "IT IS A FUNNY, IRREVERENT, AND BREEZY AC-COUNT OF LIFE AS A WASHINGTON HOSTESS, FIRST FAMILY CONFIDANTE, AND ENFANT TER-RIBLE." Philadelphia Sunday
Goodreads rating: 3.21/5