Betty Ford: First Lady, Women’s Advocate, Survivor, Trailblazer

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“A warmly sympathetic biography of a spirited woman.”, KIRKUS REVIEWS

“[A] meticulously researched and delightful biography… McCubbin writes with great tact and sensitivity in this insightful and beautifully told look into the life of one of the most public and admired first ladies.”, Publishers Weekly

“This fast-moving book reveals a lively, independent, and indomitable woman who influenced both the women’s movement and America’s perception of addiction.”, Booklist

“Lisa McCubbin’s insightful portrait is admiring without being fawning, candid without a whiff of tabloid salaciousness…The result is a vivid picture of a singularly influential woman.”, Bookpage

“McCubbin’s engaging style brings Betty Ford vividly to life, presenting a must-read for fans of presidential biography and history.”, Library Journal

About the Author

Lisa McCubbin is the coauthor of four New York Times bestsellers: Five Presidents; Mrs. Kennedy and Me; Five Days in November; and The Kennedy Detail. A former television news anchor and reporter, she currently resides in the San Francisco Bay area. Visit her at LisaMcCubbin.com.

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