This is an historical fiction account of Ann Morrow Lindberg, the wife of Charles Lindberg who was the first to cross the Atlantic solo. I didn't enjoy this book at first. I was frustrated at the passivity of Ann and her acceptance of whatever she was told to do. Later in the book I realized this set the stage for her futuer growth as a person with her own ideas and desires. I was familiar with Lindberg's Nazi admiration but was not aware he had fathered other children with three other women in Germany.
It was sad and disturbing to see how celebrity and public life is so destructive and disruptive to the individual and their family. A good read.
Published: 2013 Read: August 2016 Genre: Historical fiction