Heiress of Doom Lois Kellogg of Palm Springs
Frontispiece: A woman of many poses, Lois Kellogg gives us one version of what was going on behind the ten-foot walls of her mansion in Palm Springs, California. However, this complex woman could assume any number of radically different and sometimes self-destructive guises and behaviors. Some involved trysts with the "Dark Lover," Rudolph Valentino, others into opium, whips, and spurs. The village people wondered. It was not for nothing that Lois dubbed her luxurious complex south of town Fool's Folly. Or that strange circumstances surrounded by her early death.
Author: Peter Wild
Publisher: The Estate of Peter Wild
hard cover - 449 pages
Read an article in the Desert Sun about Lois Kellogg