Michael Callahan is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and a former deputy editor at both Town & Country and Marie Claire. His articles have been published in more than two dozen national magazines, including Men’s Health, Real Simple, Vibe, and Good Housekeeping. Searching for Grace Kelly was his first novel. He lives in Ocean City, New Jersey.
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When a reluctant Miss Delaware is swept up in the glamour of a 1950s pageant, tragedy results.
"A wild tale...Early in her pageant experience, Betty muses that 'Miss America does odd things to people.' Clearly, she had no idea. Callahan creates a story that is brisk-paced and fluid." - Kirkus Reviews
Released Tue Apr 25 00:00:00 UTC 2017