University of Wisconsin Press
Money, Murder, and Dominick Dunne: A Life in Several Acts
Publish Date: 2017-04-18
Author: Robert Hofler
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Dunne admitted to inventing himself, and it was that public persona he wrote about in his own memoir, The Way We Lived Then. Left out of that account, but brought to light here, were his intense rivalry with his brother John Gregory, the gay affairs and relationships he had throughout his marriage and beyond, and his fights with editors at Vanity Fair. Robert Hofler also reveals the painful rift in the family after the murder of Dominick's daughter, Dominiquecompounded by his coverage of her killer's trial, which launched his career as a reporter.
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