Synopses & Reviews
First published in 1966, Valley of the Dolls rocketed to the top of The New York Times best-seller list and went on to sell an unprecedented eight million copies. Unavailable in paperback for over fifteen years, Jacqueline Susann's sensational story of three pill-popping, Gucci-clad show-biz women (whom she modeled after Judy Garland, Grace Kelly, and Marilyn Monroe) is back
The exploits and excesses of three pill-popping showbiz heroines: Anne, the smalltown girl who captivates a millionaire, but falls for a cad; Jennifer, the Marilyn Monroe clone who possesses everything - except immortality; and Neely, ruthless Judy Garlandesque understudy-turned-superstar.
The classic pop-culture bestseller first published in 1966 with recorded sales of over 8 million copies.