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- The Two Mrs. Grenvilles 470 copies, 10 reviews
- A Season In Purgatory 457 copies, 6 reviews
- Another City, Not My Own 434 copies, 8 reviews
- An Inconvenient Woman 378 copies, 4 reviews
- People Like Us 341 copies, 10 reviews
- Justice: Crimes, Trials, and Punishments 332 copies, 9 reviews
- Too Much Money 197 copies, 11 reviews
- The Way We Lived Then : Recollections of a Well-Known Name Dropper 113 copies, 2 reviews
- The Mansions of Limbo 78 copies, 1 review
- Fatal Charms and Other Tales of Today and The Mansions of Limbo [omnibus] 54 copies, 1 review
- Fatal Charms 38 copies, 2 reviews
- Dominick Dunne: Three Complete Novels 13 copies
- The Winners 5 copies
- The Best of Vanity Fair ELIZABETH TAYLOR: Eight Remarkable Stories About… 4 copies
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Born into a wealthy family, Dominick Dunne had a high-powered career in the movie/TV industry and wrote bestselling novels about the privileged and glamorous society in which he moved. However, his greatest passion was for his work as an investigative crime journalist. It began when his daughter Dominique was murdered in 1982. Dunne attended the killer's trial and wrote about it for Vanity Fair. He then went on to cover more criminal cases, many of them involving celebrities. His empathy for the victims and desire for justice were hallmarks of his work.
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