Author Harriet Wright's priceless adventures began in her mid-twenties when Jimmy Durante plucked her from the waters of the Aquacade at the 1939-40 World's Fair to join the first chorus line of the famed Copacabana Supper Club.
Harriet soon became part of the nightclub crowd-mentioned regularly in the most famous of the New York gossip columns. She traveled with the rich and famous, raised a son who gained his own notoriety, and had more adventures than Forrest Gump. I'd Do It Again! recounts her journeys to a life in Cairo, a romance in Tunisia, a weekend in jail, a six-week Caribbean escapade with Jose Ferre, and much more!
Her son Clovis, a rebellious teenager, became the youngest designer to ever win the prestigious Coty Critics Award, the fashion industry equivalent of an Oscar. His success provided Harriet with a backstage pass to the world of fashion. But Harriet also had her share of heartache, including the suspicious death of a husband.
I'd Do It Again! is the riveting and entertaining life story of a resilient woman who refuses to let life pass her by. Instead, she lives it-to its fullest extent!