- William Wright (author)
William C. Wright (born
1930?) graduated from Yale Universityin 1952. He is a New York Timesbestselling author who has contributed to Vanity Fair, Town and Country, and the New York Times.
Earlier works include:
The Washington Game"
Sins of the Father"
The Von Bülow Affair"
His most recent book, "" (ISBN 0-312-32271-2), was published on October 1,
2005by St. Martin's Press.
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