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The Queen of Tuesday Hardcover – 1 January 1900
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The book is a fantasy memoir in which the author suggests his grandfather had an affair with Lucille Ball just when she was pitching "I Love Lucy" to networks (and pregnant with Lucie, yet!). He writes in vivid detail about their sexual encounter.
Rarely do I find a book to be without any admirable characters, but this story is laced with an underlying anger that taints each and every character. Strauss even references the beloved episode with Lucy and Harpo Marx by calling Harpo a "has-been".
This book is insulting and offensive to Miss Ball and to her fans. The copy I bought will not go to my daughter or even to a thrift store. This one goes in the trash.
I would have given this 0 stars, but the review format insisted on at least 1.