2 thoughts on “still here

  1. I wish I could be of help!
    I also, loved Carol Radziwill’s book, “What Remains.” Sooooo good. I can see why you thought of it as a comparison. You certainly are in a unique genre….
    Mayyyyybe Dominick Dunne:

    In November 1982, his daughter, Dominique Dunne, best known for her part in the film Poltergeist, was murdered. Dominick Dunne attended the trial of John Thomas Sweeney, who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter. According to Dunne’s account in Justice, Sweeney was sentenced to six-and-a-half years, but served only two and a half after his conviction. Dunne wrote the article “Justice: A Father’s Account of the Trial of his Daughter’s Killer” for the March 1984 issue of Vanity Fair.

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