The queen of Tuesday : a novel
—Strauss, Darin, author.
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"This indelible romance begins with a daring conceit--that the author's grandfather may have had an affair with Lucille Ball. Strauss offers a fresh view of a celebrity America loved more than any other. Lucille Ball--the most powerful woman in the history of Hollywood--starred in America's first big-time interracial marriage. She owned more movie sets than did any movie studio. And she more or less single-handedly created the modern TV business. And yet Lucille's off-camera life was in disarray. While acting out a happy marriage for millions, in private she suffered. Her partner couldn't stay faithful. She struggled to manage her fame with the demands of being a mother, a creative genius, an entrepreneur, and, most of all, a symbol. The Queen of Tuesday--Strauss's follow-up to the NBCC-winning Half a Life--mixes fact and fiction, memoir and novel, to imagine the provocative story of a woman we thought we knew."-- Provided by publisher.

Item Details
Adultery -- Fiction.
Ball, Lucille, 1911-1989 -- Fiction.
Entertainers -- Fiction.
Married people -- Fiction.
Biographical fiction.
First edition.
318 pages ; 25 cm
"A Lucille Ball story"--Cover.
Link to PAC
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