CAROL SALINE is a journalist, broadcaster, author, and popular public speaker and moderator. She has written eight books, the best known of which comprise the photo essay relationship trilogy she created with photographer Sharon J. Wohlmuth. The first one, Sisters, spent 63 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and sold more than one million copies. It was updated in 2004 in a 10th-anniversary edition. The second book, Mothers & Daughters, immediately soared to number one on every national bestseller list; it was followed by Best Friends. Saline’s solo ventures include Dr. Snow: How the FBI Nailed an Ivy League Coke King, Straight Talk: How to Get Closer to Others By Saying What You Really Mean, and A Guide to Good Health. In 2005 she wrote the essays for the acclaimed photography book A Day in the Life of the American Woman.
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