His chauffeur-bodyguard sat with us in the cocktail lounge of the Biltmore Plaza, munching peanuts.
For several years I had seen the two of them around New York.
She was the only member of the graduating class with no relatives present, but her classmates rallied behind her and cheered loudly when she received her diploma.
Trial transcripts, June 1984• Retrieved 11 February 2021.
The only way this could be achieved was for Sunny to die a natural death.
|He also loved Alexandra Isles||1986|
|Reynolds, into the seams of his lederhosen||Bad feelings still exist between us|
|She knows the market|
|The mansion sits sandwiched between the 16-bedroom Beaulieu—built in 1859 for Peruvian fertilizer magnate Federico Barreda and later owned by one of the many Astors who sold it to Cornelius Vanderbilt III—and Miramar, a formal and formidable Neoclassical beast with 27 bedrooms completed in 1915 by Eleanor Elkins Widener, the widow of George Widener, an heir to a Philadelphia streetcar fortune who went down with the HMS Titanic in April of 1912||Maybe it was in Uncle Claus's closet|
|Vanderbilt as a 39 th birthday gift to his then wife Alva Erskine Smith Vanderbilt|
|In 1984, the two convictions from the first trial were reversed by the Rhode Island Supreme Court|
|In one of the most sensational trials of the 1980s, Claus was found guilty of twice attempting to murder his hypoglycemic wife by injecting her with sedatives and insulin; he appealed and was acquitted in 1985||New York: Random House|