Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The Woodwards: Tragedy in High Society


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Deutsch, Linda. "Dominick Dunne Embroiders a Murder." The Associated Press. August 23, 1985.

Dorning, Mike. "The Good Life Gone Bad: Murder in High Society?" Chicago Tribune. October 5, 1992.

Dunne, Dominick. 1985. The Two Mrs. Grenvilles. New York: Crown Publications.

Geracimos, Ann. "Braudy Tale Reflects High Society's Lows." The Washington Times. September 10, 1992.

Jerome, Richard. "Fate's Captive." People. May 31, 1999.

Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "New and Kinder Conclusion for Twice-Told Tale." The New York Times. August 6, 1992.

Manchutchin, Donna. "High Society Stages Morality Play." The (Montreal) Gazette. September 26, 1992.

Mansfield, Stephanie. "The Shooting of the Century." The Washington Post. September 6, 1992.

Noonan, David. "The Last of the Woodwards." Newsday. May 9, 1999.

Woo, Elaine. "W. Woodward, Scion of Rich Family Plagued by Tragedy." Los Angeles Times. May 8, 1999.

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