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"For me, as a matter of fact, this was the most notable quality of his confession--that Gary White, who had brutally assaulted and murdered Theresa Dunn a few hours after meeting her in a Manhattan singles spot called Mr. Goodbar, had a very clear sense of himself as the victim of the woman he had murdered." About the Confession, pg. 1

"She's sitting on the last stool, you know, against the wall. I wouldn't've even noticed her except she's reading a book." The Confession, pg. 5

"They didn't look at her for almost two years and then it was too late. Besides, once they understood what had happened there was nothing but guilt in their eyes so that when she saw them looking at her she had to turn away in shame and confusion. If it hadn't been for her brother's death they might have realized sooner that she needed...

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