Books by D.L. Flusfeder

MAN KILLS WOMAN by D.L. Flusfeder
Released: Sept. 1, 1993

"A virtuoso double biography (though Tierney comes across as more interesting than his legendary subject) weak on plot—the promised revelations come as no surprise—but strongly evocative of the biographer's febrile infatuation."
The teasing title's not the last touch of bravado in this knowing, nervy first novel—a story chronicling unemployed author Richard Tierney's exploration of the life of British aesthete/adventurer William Ivory after Boston British publisher Dorothy Burton cajoles him into writing a biography of this ``monster.'' Read full book review >