The Auerbach Will

Birmingham Stephen

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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good
Publisher: Book Club Associates
Publisher Place: London
Publisher Year: 1984
Edition: Reprint

Description: 430 pages. Jacket is in general good condition. There is some light reading wear present, but still a presentable copy. Book is in Very good condition throughout. This Book Tells An Unforgettable Story Of Interlocking Family, Secrets, Of Which,Essie Auerbach Is The Chief Custodian.It Is A Story Of Treachery,betrayal And Greed,but Most Of All Of The Persistance Of Love. For It Is Essie's Own Guilty Secret That She Must Cling To Longest, And Which Cannot Be Told Until A Chain Of Family Deception Is Broken In A Final Stunning Revelation.

Publishers Description: A poignant and unforgettable rags-to-riches family saga following three generations of a remarkable clan from downtown ghetto to Park Avenue opulence Marrying Jack Auerbach was Essie Litskys salvation, enabling her to break free of her strict Russian-Jewish immigrant parents and escape New Yorks poor, dirty, overcrowded Lower East Side. Together with her husband, Essie amassed a fortune that dwarfed their wildest She was living in a grand mansion on Park Avenue, collecting priceless art, even conferring with a US president. But money could never buy the affection of family or compensate for the true love Essie let slip away. And now, as she nears the end of her life, she must contend with blackmail and heartless legal assaults coming at her from all sides, the result of the ugly, persisting greed of her own children and grandchildren. But Essie is not dead yet, and those who underestimate the remarkable old woman are in for a shocking and powerful surprise. In this New York Times bestseller, Stephen Birmingham, acclaimed chronicler of the lives of the super-rich and author of “Our Crowd, introduces three generations of a singular family as it moves from poverty to privilege over the course of a cataclysmic century, led by one of the most endearing and unforgettable heroines in modern American fiction.

ISBN: 0718124421

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