To Die for


Author: Joyce Maynard

“A seductive page-turner” about a murderously ambitious cable-news star by the New York Times-bestselling author of Labor Day (The New York Times Book Review).,,Local weather reporter Suzanne Maretto craves nothing more than to transcend life at her suburban cable television news station and follow in the footsteps of her idol: Barbara Walters. When she concludes that her u….Read More

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