Beautiful Bad Girl: The Vicki Morgan Story

Beautiful Bad Girl: The Vicki Morgan Story

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by Gordon Basichis
     
 

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It was like a soap opera, but more shocking. When the police found Vicki Morgan murdered, it opened a can of worms. She was the longtime mistress of Alfred Bloomingdale, the department store heir famous for his love of the good life. What kind of person did that make Vicki?

Gordon Basichis knew her better than anyone, perhaps. He talked with her almost daily during

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It was like a soap opera, but more shocking. When the police found Vicki Morgan murdered, it opened a can of worms. She was the longtime mistress of Alfred Bloomingdale, the department store heir famous for his love of the good life. What kind of person did that make Vicki?

Gordon Basichis knew her better than anyone, perhaps. He talked with her almost daily during the last nine months of her life. He found an intelligent tomboy who had twice married other men to escape her mistress role and a caring soul who disguised herself to visit a dying Bloomingdale in the hospital. How did her dreams go sour?

"Mesmerizing and filled with powerful lessons." (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595128228
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/22/2000
Pages:
324
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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Beautiful Bad Girl, The Vicki Morgan Story 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the most boring books I have ever read. Story drags on and on. I refuse to read another page. A total waste of money.
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Nick Dunne based his fictional "An Inconvenient Woman" on this true story. This book is a fascinating read about a young girl who got in far over her head with very rich and very powerful people. Vicki Morgan's long affair with Alfred Bloomingdale and her subsequent headline grabbing murder is a compelling tale.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'I know one thing's for sure,' Vicki declared. 'I'm not staying here anymore. Alfred wants this and Bob wants that. Meanwhile I'm stuck in here (Mental Health Center) with no place to go. To hell with it! I'll check into the L'Ermitage. With what it costs for a suite there, somebody better do something.' I finished reading The Vicki Morgan Story last night, and I can only say that I was disappointed. I thought that there would be more substance and more excitement but no way. I guess having a love for Hollywood stories I cast my expectations a bit too high no fault of the author of course. It is sad that poor Vicki lacked the proper guidance to pull her into adulthood, relying on the pockets of older men and as far as I could see anyone who would give her money,she never worked and counted on her looks to get her by. I cannot fault her if she knew no better but the older men whom she hung withand who desperately wanted her, should never have taken advantage of her for sexual favours and attention. May God rest her weary soul. Reviewed by Heather Marshall Negahdar 17/07/06