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Laurie Sandell has written for Esquire, GQ, Glamour and InStyle, among others, and has contributed cartoons to New York, Glamour and The Wall Street Journal. Her first book, the graphic memoir The Impostor’s Daughter—about her own experiences with her eccentric, secretive father—was nominated for a 2009 Eisner Award. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
She obviously has a very high opinion of herself (and many photos in the book to prove it!).
You can argue that they did not know - but boy, they really lived like Kings and Queens on someone else's money.
Second strike, the book is little more than an adoring puff piece for Catherine, the finacee of Andrew Madoff.
I received the hard back book in perfect condition. Very pleased I chose the used version. This a must read for any Madoff obsessed reader.Published 1 month ago by OKlahomaMom
I actually felt sorry for the family after I initially thought they were just another wealthy self absorbed family. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul T. McDonald
Easy read, but I so wanted to know the personal life of this horrific psychopath. Fabulous read. We should all be aware.Published 6 months ago by Joyce W. Davison
I purchased this book for my granddaughter . She read it and liked it. I have not read it.
As long as she is pleased with it-I am pleased with it.
This book is so badly written it is excruciating to read. Having read most of the other books about the Madoff affair I thought this one would complete the picture. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Natasha
Anyone interested in the Madoff affair will want to read this book along with one of the more technical books, such as "The Wizard of Lies. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Writer