A Dazzling Debut About Gossip, Slander And The Public Humiliation Of New York Socialites In The 1970s Based On Real Events, Swan Song Is The Tragic Story Of The Beautiful, Wealthy, Vulnerable Women Whom Truman Capote Called His Swans, And Who Deserted Him After He Betrayed Them On Exclusive Yachts And Private Jets, They Shared Their Deepest Secrets And Greatest Fears With The Famous Writer Then In 1975, Capote Committed An Act Of Professional And Social Suicide When He Turned His Words Against The Most Influential Women In Manhattan And Silenced His Muses After Two Decades Of Cultivating Intimate Friendships And A High End Lifestyle, Capote Detonated A Literary Grenade, Forever Rupturing The Elite Circle He D Worked So Hard To Infiltrate.
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- 480 pages
- Swan Song
- Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott
- 17 December 2017 Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott