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A "New York" magazine online editor recounts how she was compelled to investigate the party lifestyle of her best friend from childhood and her shocking murder, possibly by an alleged serial killer now facing trial.
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One year later, Ashley was stabbed to death at age twenty-two in her Hollywood home. “Original and engaging” (Kirkus Reviews), The Hot One is the story of Carolyn’s emotional quest to find out what really happened to her oldest friend ...
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Spinster introduces a cast of pioneering women from the last century whose genius, tenacity, and flair for drama have emboldened Bolick to fashion her life on her own terms: columnist Neith Boyce, essayist Maeve Brennan, social visionary ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
, Refinery29, BBC, PopSugar, Boston Herald, New York Social Diary, Library Journal, Bookstr, Kirkus “A seductive and richly atmospheric literary thriller with a sleek Patricia Highsmith surface." —New York Times Book Review "Equal parts ...
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A collection of essays concerned with New York City before and after the World Trade Center terrorist attacks.
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Television industry journalist Michael Ausiello tells the story of his final year with his partner of thirteen years, Kit Cowan--diagnosed with a rare and very aggressive form of neuroendocrine cancer--while revisiting the many memories ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Join award-winning podcaster Zibby Owens of Moms Don't Have Time to Read on a quarantine journey filled with food, exercise, sex, books, and more. It’s impossible to ignore how life has changed since COVID-19 spread across the world.
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Heartbreaking, and mesmerizing, it's the story of a resilient young woman's determination to discover the truth about a mother she never knew and the deeply troubled father who raised her-a man who was, Leah writes, "both my greatest ...
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Reminiscent of Maggie Nelson’s The Red Parts, After the Eclipse tells the very human story at the center of a needless crime.”—W Magazine
Carolyn Murnick from books.google.com
Her homicide has never been solved. Fifty years cold, Paula’s case had been mostly forgotten when journalist Katherine Dykstra began looking for answers. A woman was dead. Why had no one been held responsible?