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Not as good as his previous books but worth the read.
In "Too Much Money", Dunne's valedictory, Bailey returns for one final bow, bringing with him many of the characters who fascinated his readers in "People Like Us".
What did matter, though, is that a good part of Too Much Money just isn't very good--I'd say about the last third.
love this book and Dominick dunn and would recommend all of his book they are easy read and interestingPublished 5 months ago by garbo
Love it, as I do all Dominick Dunnes books, Vanity Fair articles and his TV show. Too Much Money: A Novel was fun, guessing who Gus was writing about. A good read any time.Published 6 months ago by Patricia Horton
... However, it seems an appropriate coda to the life and work of Dunne. At least we get to see some of our favorites make cameo appearances one last time.Published 8 months ago by Magistra D
I love anything by Dominick Dunne. I miss him and his books a great deal. Glad I have a good collection of them. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Isolde Gieseler
I've enjoyed all Dominick Dunne's book. He's written about the rich, wealthy, famous & infamous people as the really lived their lives. Read morePublished 10 months ago by lizzardreader
Another winner by Dunne. If you read one of his books, you will not be able to stop until you have read them all.Published 11 months ago by Barbara Brophy
If you are a fan of The Tw. Mrs. Grenvilles, People Like Us, An Inconvienient Woman or A Season in Purgatory, you will love this book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jeff Eastwood