From her work for the Dutch resistance during World War II, to her extensive film career, to her charity work for UNICEF, this accessible biography explores the life and work of one of the most beloved actresses ever to grace the stage and screen.
Series Foreword Introduction Timeline Chapter 1 The Young Aristocrat Chapter 2 War Child Chapter 3 Birth of a Career Chapter 4 From Cigarette Girl to Stardom Chapter 5 Movies Over Marriage Chapter 6 Juggling Private, Public Lives Chapter 7 Finally a Mom Chapter 8 My Fair Lady Chapter 9 New Life for Audrey Chapter 10 Old Fan, New Man Chapter 11 Working Herself to Death Epilogue Appendix: Works of Stage and Screen Selected Bibliography
Martin Gitlin is a freelance book writer and journalist based in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to Greenwood's Diana, Princess of Wales, he has written several history books for students, including works on the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case, the Battle of The Little Bighorn and the Stock Market Crash of 1929. He has also written biographies of NASCAR drivers Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon. Gitlin worked for two decades as a sportswriter, during which time he won more than 45 awards, including first place for general excellence from Associated Press. That organization also selected him as one of the top four feature writers in Ohio.