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by A. Scott Berg

Charles Lindbergh is one of the few American idols who continues to fascinate people today. He is well-known for his solo transatlantic flight in 1927, lamented for the kidnapping and death of his eldest son in 1932, and despised by many for opposing America's involvement in World War II. According to the Los Angeles Times Book Review, Lindbergh's life is "a dramatic and disturbing American story," and this biography, the first to be written with open access to the Lindbergh archives and in-depth interviews of his friends, colleagues, and close family members, is "a thorough, level-headed evaluation of the glories, tragedies, and frequently infuriating complexities of this extraordinary life" (Newsday).

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— A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh