Bag of Toys by David France
Sex, Scandal, and the Death Mask Murder

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Here's the shocking true story of the 1985 "Death Mask Murder"--a grisly crime linked to prominent Madison Avenue art gallery owner Andrew Crispo, a man who operated in both the forbidding underworld of sadomasochists and drug addicts, and in the glittering art world and New York society. 8-page insert.

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David France covered the crisis in the Catholic Church as a senior editor at "Newsweek. He is the author of the bestselling "Bag of Toys, and his writing has appeared in the" New York Times Magazine, "The New Yorker, "Glamour, and "New York. He is the recipient of the National Headliner, Unity, and New York Press Club awards. France lives in New York City.
Published June 12, 1992 by Grand Central Publishing. 350 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Here, France keeps the action moving briskly, though the narrative is plagued with weaknesses both psychological (e.g., the suggestion that LeGeros's mindless enslavement to Crispo may have resulted from the younger man's mother having given away his dog years before) and stylistic (``Everywhere ...

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