Sandra's original biography of Lady Ottoline Morrell now revised and updated with interludes and anecdotes about the extraordinary people and experiences she encoountered during her research for the book.
The illustrious biographer, Sir Michael Holroyd, read a preview copy of the book and said: "It's a book of real originality. All I can say is that it deserves both hands a 'Thumbs up!'. With many congratulations, Michael."
Published in the UK July 2017, Australia August 2017, and USA January 2018.
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