Welcome back to a whole new arc of Done & Dunne! For the next several episodes, we’ll explore the facts and fictions of the 1955 shooting death of William Woodward, Jr., by his wife Ann, and the class-wide coverup that New York’s fanciest families executed.
Dunne wrote 1985’s The Two Mrs. Grenvilles as a thinly veiled fictional account of the whole sordid tale, which landed right in the sweet spot of his interest in high society’s perfidy.
Murder Most Swank | Vanity Fair | July 1985 (vanityfair.com)
Taylor performs “Blank Space” at The GRAMMY Museum (YouTube link)
And Justice for All? – Everything2.com (everything2.com)
News Of Night Clubs (nytimes.com)