Dominick Dunne Dies at 83

Kennedy chronicler dies the same day as Ted Kennedy

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Dominick Dunne, writer for Vanity Fair magazine and best-selling author of crime stories about the rich and famous, died yesterday at age 83 in his home in Manhattan. He's well-known for his best-selling novels, "The Two Mrs. Grenvilles,” and “An Inconvenient Woman,” both about murders in high society. We talk with David Carr, New York Times columnist.

Guests:

David Carr

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