He was from Ozone Park, Queens and worked as a Remington Rand tab operator, preparing the punched cards used at that time for data storage for digital computers. He detailed the attack, corroborating the physical evidence at the scene. He said that his motive for the attack was simply "to kill a woman", saying he preferred to kill women because "they were easier and didn't fight back".
A mind-bendingly good read. The Oprah Magazine, January In transference gone haywire, Winters is her father I felt like the author was my new best friend Through her wit and sharpness Shapiro succeeds brilliantly in making you care about her Her generosity as a writer is on the page Susan has the worst case of nicotine withdrawal her addiction specialist has seen, and she keeps replacing the smokes with new obsessions Shapiro hilariously nixes ciggies, only to pick up other no-nos-including an obsession with her shrink.
Laughing with a sister quitter could help you stay on track Self Magazine, January Warning: Sue - we are so on a first name basis -quits smoking Going through therapy with Sue, I have to ask, why does life without bread look so bleak? Shapiro, an attractive brunette with an easy, outgoing manner and propensity for black outfits Her husband has threatened to write his own memoir: The Bitch Beside Me.
As she reveals one addiction after another, the book itself becomes addictive. Another great reason to lose sleep besides sex.
Susan Jane Gilman bestselling author of Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth about substance abuse Shapiro had a two-pack-a-day habit The Illinois Times If badly written chicklit pisses you off I realized I learned a few things - not just about her but also about myself The book makes you smile, but it also makes you think.
After smoking for 27 years, Shapiro decided The manic energy Shapiro brings to her life instills her memoir with a theatrical freshness. Write what you know Indeed, she feared becoming adddicted to quitting things"In a time when we rely increasingly on virtual forms of communication and networking, The Village Effect is an important reminder of the value we derive from our real, personal networks--and what we lose when we replace them with the social networks of the online age.
"Lighting Up" by Susan Shapiro, an NYU and New School journalism teacher, is a memoir to make you laugh, cry and identify - and it just may motivate you to tackle addictions and self-defeating bad habits with renewed, even fiery determination.
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See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Susan’s Title: Marcom Consultant & Freelance . The absolute craziest bits of Resnick’s salacious best-seller. This led to the false impression that Resnick’s book contained key information about the case, prompting eager trial addicts to.
SUSAN CABOT ~ by john cribbs ~ December 10, - Encino, California. By all accounts, Susan Cabot had a strange life. A Jewish girl raised in eight different foster homes in and around Boston, she eventually made her way to Manhattan.