Whiteout: lost in Aspen
Irreverent, poignant, and revealing, this meditation on the sweet temptation of wealth and the vainglorious quest for paradise as they exist in Aspen, Colorado, features a "cast of characters (that) includes such barn-size satirical targets as exclusive health clubs, over-the-hill drug dealers and movie stars and rock stars of wattages bright and dim" (The New Republic). From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Review: Whiteout: Lost in AspenUser Review - Lindsey - Goodreads
The writing is flawless Conover, but the subject ultimately didn't enthrall me, hence the stars rather than four. Read full review
Review: Whiteout: Lost in AspenUser Review - Goodreads
This book is a bit dated because it focuses on Aspen in the 1980s, but, as a Ted Conover fan, it was worth reading. I would eat quail eggs with him any time.