When Dominick Dunne died in August, he had become what he'd always yearned to be, a bona fide celebrity. The dapper V.F. contributor and novelist was also something more important: a crusader for justice. Surveying Dunne's life before and after its crucial event--the murder of his daughter, Dominique--the author recalls his epic fall from Hollywood grace, his astounding comeback, and his fearless pursuit of rich and powerful offenders for this magazine, from O. J. Simpson to the Kennedys.
Dominick Dunne Remembered: Vanity Fair's "Our Man Dominick"