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She was later assigned to Close Up as a production secretary.Radziwill eventually worked for Peter Jennings' documentary unit, producing shows on abortion and gun control, and covering foreign policy stories in Cambodia, Haiti, and India.Carole then went on to share the real reason she chose to quit the Bravo series.She said she hit her breaking point when she started arguing with Bravo executives.Then Charlie is improbably killed by a falling piece of art while walking home from a tryst with his publicist, and Claire finds herself with the burden (opportunity? She fumbles through dates set up by well-intentioned girlfriends, drinks a lot of wine, sleeps too much and consults a ridiculous series of questionable therapists.
Radziwill has won several awards, including three Emmys, one for a story she produced on land mines in Cambodia, and a Peabody.After her husband's death, Radziwill left ABC News to write a memoir about her personal life, her career at ABC News, as well as her effort to manage her husband's cancer.What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love (Scribner, 2005) made the New York Times Best Seller List.In 1991, Radziwill was stationed in Iraq and reported on the SCUD missile attacks during the Gulf War.In 2003, during the War on Afghanistan, she spent six weeks in Kandahar, embedded with an infantry unit of the 101st Airborne Division.It’s hard to know how much of her own experience colors this debut novel.What is clear is that her spare writing and wry voice make The Widow’s Guide an exhilarating, insightful and moving story about loss and identity.Prior to joining the cast of franchises are known for being dramatic and erratic at times, Carole said she was very different and wasn’t used to the way in which the ladies spoke to one another. I knew I wasn’t going to get drunk, black out or be naked…But I was kind of just having fun.I never felt that I was above the show,” she shared.What a pleasant surprise, then, when the book turned out to be one of the richest, most deeply satisfying stories I’ve read in a long time.At 32, Claire Byrne is smart, beautiful and married to famous author and sexologist Charlie Byrne.