However, in an attempt to prove her smarts, Radziwill peppers the book with “intellectual” references.
The book opens with her husband being killed by a falling Giacometti.
is a poignant tale of love and loss." —Publishers Weekly"One of the richest, most deeply satisfying stories I've read in a long time." —Book Page"Carole Radziwill writes like a cross between Sophie Kinsella and Christopher Buckley.
Although, in her defense, the editors of these shows are probably instructed to make all the women appear as vapid as possible.Holler.” Clearly, Radziwill is the writer of the group. I have seen one or two episodes of the one based in Atlanta and one episode of the one based in New York.I find the show unwatchable but I find widows fascinating so I picked up Radziwill’s new book.Radziwill’s CV as a journalist is impressive and she holds an MBA from NYU.Despite Bravo’s attempts to portray her as a fool, she certainly is not one.