Your profile of Princess Margaret [TIME, June 13] read like a [movie] scenario . . . For the first time in many years of reading TIME, I suspect the veracity of your researchers. How in the world could you dig up such material on a royal personage?
Anyhow, it made good reading . . .
DOLORES E. KELLY
Jackson Heights, N.Y.
¶ Let Reader Kelly swallow her doubts, remember that the truth often makes better reading than fiction.ED.
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