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It’s hard to know how much of her own experience colors this debut novel.
What is clear is that her spare writing and wry voice make The Widow’s Guide an exhilarating, insightful and moving story about loss and identity.
Carole then went on to share the real reason she chose to quit the Bravo series.
She said she hit her breaking point when she started arguing with Bravo executives.
As their relationship deepens, Claire has to decide whether she is willing to step into someone else’s shadow again.
An award-winning former TV reporter, Radziwill is also the author of the well-received —a memoir of her marriage, which ended when her husband died of cancer in 1999.
“In the last two years or so, starting with the election, something shifted a little.
Everyone looks like a homogenized 35.”)She also had a lesbian phase (although Ms.
Just under a year after Carole quit her full-time gig on the Bravo TV reality series, she’s opened up about the reason behind her decision and admitted that leaving the show wasn’t the easiest thing for her to do.
“It’s one of those careers that’s like a merry-go-round. It helped to sell a lot of books and I was building this audience for my future work,” Carole explained to WWD on July 8.
After her husband's death, Radziwill left ABC News to write a memoir about her personal life, her career at ABC News, as well as her effort to manage her husband's cancer.
What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love (Scribner, 2005) made the New York Times Best Seller List.
“When you were a journalist at ABC on any of the shows, once you left, you left — and the audience stayed with the networks.