To the outside world, they were the icons of high society â€” the most glamorous and influential women of their age. To Truman Capote they were his Swans: the ideal heroines, as vulnerable as they were powerful. They trusted him with their most guarded, martini-soaked secrets, each believing she was more special and loved than the nextâ€¦
Until he betrayed them.
â€˜Writers write. And one canâ€™t be surprised if they write what they know.â€™
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