The Photographer by Mary Dixie Carter

Delta Dawn (no really) grew up poor and unloved, but has made good by becoming a successful family photographer amongst the wealthy New York elite. She longs for a better lifestyle and sense of belonging, and when she's hired to photograph Natalie Staub's 11th birthday, she yearns to become part of the lives of the …

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The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy

A fictionalised account of the real life murder of Elizabeth Short in LA in the late 1940's, James Ellroy explores the unsolved case and LA's seedy underbelly in the Golden Age of Cinema. You might recognise James Ellroy's name from his best seller LA Confidential, (which was made into a really good film which I …

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