Roxanne Pulitzer's novel, The Palm Beach Story, is sizzling to say the least. Amid the world of jet-setting socialites who drop money like one drops a napkin and fast men who like fast women, fast cars, and fast boats equally, enters Megan "Meg" MacDermott.
Roxanne Pulitzer's novel, The Palm Beach Story, is sizzling to say the least. Sent from New York to Palm Beach, Florida, to photograph these people who live "in a world two pools, one to catch the morning sun, another the afternoon," Meg is a definite outsider.
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Pulitzer was born Roxanne Renckens on February 10, 1951, in. .Pulitzer is the author of an autobiography, Prize Pulitzer: The Scandal That Rocked Palm Beach, and the novels Facade, Twins and The Palm Beach Story.
Pulitzer was born Roxanne Renckens on February 10, 1951, in Cassadaga, New York, to Marilyn Pauline (née Simpson) and William James Renckens. When Renckens was young, her father left town at her mother's request. Her mother remarried to Tyrone H. Ulrich, a police officer. Her autobiography was later adapted into a made-for-television movie, Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer, written from her point of view.
The lives of two unlikely yet equally compelling women intertwine in Pulitzer's (Facade, 1992, et. latest glitzy . latest glitzy gush, set in what has become her trademark community. NOKD (Not our kind, dear) photographer Meg MacDermott has arrived to shoot the rich and famous of Palm Beach in their natural habitat for a popular magazine. Entirely by accident she catches Ashton Kendall, .
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The author who put Palm Beach on the literary map with her bestselling autobiography, The Prize Pulitzer, presents her newest high-society sizzler. Photographer Meg MacDermott unwittingly captures on film the Countess Moteverdi in a compromising position with her lover-and unearths a scandal that rocks the posh enclave to its glittering core. From Publishers Weekly
Boberg and resides in Palm Beach.
Boberg and resides in Palm Beach. She also appeared on the June 1985 cover and interior of Playboy Magazine. Pulitzer is the author of the novels Prize Pulitzer, Facade, Twins and The Palm Beach Story. She later adapted her The Prize Pulitzer: The Roxanne Pulitzer Story (1989) into a made-for-television movie, Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer, written from her point of view.
The hammer of Palm Beach justice was coming down on young Roxanne . On the surface, the story was not complex
The hammer of Palm Beach justice was coming down on young Roxanne Pulitzer, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks who had married the town’s most eligible bachelor a few years back and was now in the throes of divorce. Some of the first families of Palm Beach society will bear permanent scars from the Pulitzer v. Pulitzer proceedings, a maze of wild charges and counterchargers ranging from public incest and orgies to witchcraft, craziness, child abuse, and hopeless cocaine addiction. On the surface, the story was not complex. Basically, it was just another tale of Cinderella gone wrong, a wiggy little saga of crime, hubris, and punishment