Too Much Moneyby Dominick Dunne From the master scribe of high society, one last, incisive novel of foibles and wit.
She was advised of her rights before being questioned by Dominick Ciccola of an FBI task force.
My friend Dominick proved there are second and even third acts in American life, and that the good men do indeed live after them.
In one of my books, I created a fictional character called Larry Locket, who was based on Dominick.
Everybody talked to Dominick on that Vanity Fair story—children, servants, mistresses, duchesses, and Von Bülow himself.
Sir Dominick pushed the cigar-box over to me, and we smoked for some little time in silence.
“I must make one of the floor-planks do for both,” returned Dominick.
Dominick said, with a deep sigh, "I have no father—I am an orphan36—I have only a mother."
Even in that trying moment Dominick did not lose presence of mind.
Sir Dominick Ferrand had no children, and he left no brothers and no sisters.