Perhaps you’ve already seen what took me so long to realize; perhaps you saw it coming a mile away. But you have to understand how dazzled I was, for all I considered myself worldly. I was a child; I didn’t know a fucking thing about the world. All I’d ever done was read about i…
I set my pen down and gave up pretending, stunned by the obvious: I’d said I was a writer not because it was an ingratiating fiction but because I want…
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I’d learned early through books, too, that a different sort of sorrows plagued the wealthy: boredom, indolence, lost romantic opportunities, too much d…
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What greater magic is there than to name the thing within you that finds an echoed home in another heart? What greater gift than to have that matched d…
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The Darling Killers by Sarah McCarry Fresh-faced ingénue Sofia Bencivenga arrives in Los Angeles long on dreams and short on cash. Alone, friendless, a…