So That's A Pan, Right?

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"According to "Murder in Fashion," a hysterical, fictionalized account of Cunanan's three-month, four-state, five-victim 1997 killing jag that culminated with the murder of the fashion designer Gianni Versace, the real culprit was the aesthetic tyranny of gay culture." [NYT]



Thankfully, there is already an excellent novel that deals with Cunanan as a lurking side characters; Dominick Dunne's "Another City, Not My Own," his semi-fictionalized account of covering the OJ Simpson trial.