'Forever Amber' NPR's Scott Simon remembers Kathleen Winsor, the author who became famous in 1944 for writing the novel Forever Amber. The book was banned in Boston for being too steamy. It became botice-ripping best seller. Ms. Winsor died this week at the age of 83.
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'Forever Amber'

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NPR's Scott Simon remembers Kathleen Winsor, the author who became famous in 1944 for writing the novel Forever Amber. The book was banned in Boston for being too steamy. It became botice-ripping best seller. Ms. Winsor died this week at the age of 83.