Rich People Behaving Badly by Dick Kreck

Rich People Behaving Badly

By Dick Kreck

  • Release Date: 2016-08-01
  • Category: United States

Brief Description

Take a trip back in time to revel in the scandal, murders, infidelities, financial misdeeds, and just plain bad behavior from Colorado's past.

Public respectability does not always translate into tidy private lives, and our interest in the naughty behavior of the rich and famous will never be satisfied. Former Denver Post reporter Dick Kreck takes us back through Colorado's history to show that the foibles of people—rich or poor—remain the same. Included are socialites such as Louise Sneed Hill, who created and ruled over Denver's "Sacred 36" circle of society; Jane Tomberlin, who met and fell in love with a "prince" in an elevator at the Brown Palace Hotel; Irene Nolan, who cavorted late into the night with her family priest; and prominent Denver clubman Courtland Dines, who was wounded during a frolic with two silent-screen stars in his Hollywood apartment.

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Customer reviews

  • Uneven

    3
    By Fpiano
    Sometimes wild and wooly, but probably more interesting for those with a tie to Denver or Colorado.
  • If you have an interest in Denver history

    1
    By LexeeD
    I found this boring, but if your interest is in Denver history, this maybe be fascinating. Actually thought it may be a humorous book, but sadly, no.

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