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I have always enjoyed reading Mr. Dunnes books, just sad he is no longer with us to write more. His character studies are always insightful and his story plots intriguing.Published 8 days ago by Theresa McCormack
Here is a very readable book about a segment of society unknown to most. The author includes repetitive details which helps connect the many characters in the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Meyers
Never disappointed with Dominick Dunne....sure going to miss him!Published 3 months ago by Jack Ruttle
This book is full of old rich dames (from a different era). It seams all the old men have long been gone. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. M. Voss
The second part of People Lik Us which is nowhere nearly as good as the first. I understand Dunne was ill when he wrote it. I'm afraid it shows. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mrs. Danvers
The first thing I want to make clear as a reviewer is that I am not knowledge about the “real” people involved in Dommick Dunne’s novels. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Linda
Read them all by DD and unfortunately this one is grasping for straws. The repetition was so unnerving in this book I wasn't sure DD was trying to remember the plot himself, or... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Malley