Carola Vecchio lives in a Tudor-style walkup in White Plains. When I visited her there last summer, she made a pot of tea, and apologized for the clutter in her living room. Vecchio is the oldest daughter of Emily Hahn, a St. Louis-born free spirit who, in a career that spanned nearly seven decades, published fifty-two books. In the nineteen-thirties, Mickey, as she was known to her friends, was one of America’s most widely read, and notorious, literary adventurers.
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