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The tiny town of Dryden, New York, endures a strange, five-year string of murders, car accidents, and suicides—all of it tied to two popular high school cheerleaders.

 A true story.



E. Jean Carroll is a journalist, advice columnist, and author whose “Ask E. Jean” column is the longest-running advice column in American publishing, having appeared in Elle magazine since 1993. She has also been a writer for the television show Saturday Night Live and a contributing editor for Esquire, Outside, and Playboy. Carroll is the author of five books, most recently, What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal.

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