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Shana Alexander (1926–2005) was a writer and commentator for Life, Newsweek, and 60 Minutes, as well as the author of seven nonfiction books, including the New York Times bestsellers Nutcracker: Money, Madness, Murder: A Family Album, which was made into a television miniseries, and Very Much a Lady: The Untold Story of Jean Harris and Dr. Herman Tarnower, a winner of the Edgar Award for Best Fact Crime. The daughter of song composer Milton Ager and entertainment-industry journalist Cecelia Ager, Alexander chronicled her coming-of-age in a privileged, unconventional family in her acclaimed memoir Happy Days.

Books By Shana Alexander (2 Books)


21 Chilling True Crime Book Excerpts That Will Haunt You for Days
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When Murder Runs in the Family: Frances Schreuder and the Killing of Franklin Bradshaw  
The Kids Aren’t Alright: 3 Diabolical Teenage Murderers
5 Best True Crime Books That Will Give You Night Terrors
11 Blood-Stained Cities on the West Coast
Most Wanted List: 7 Surprising Facts About Cannibalism
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10 Touching Memoirs for Fans of The Glass Castle