When Jeanine Pirro was a young assistant district attorney battling injustice in Westchester, there was no such thing as the crime of domestic violence. At that time -- in the early and mid-1970s -- a man could beat his wife without fear of legal repercussions. That's the setting for "Sly Fox," Jeanine's addictive novel, as her crusading heroine Dani Fox, an assistant district attorney, must fight against the boys-club mentality of her colleagues.
-- Bonnie FullerBonnie Fuller is president and editor-in-chief of HollywoodLife.com and the former editor of Star, Us Weekly, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazines.Miley thanks teens
Miley Cyrus was awarded the Choice Female Hottie at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, but she wasn't there to accept her award. Instead, she was in Philadelphia, visiting her fiance Liam Hemsworth. Miley took to Twitter Sunday night to say thank you to fans: "So sad I [wasn't] able to be at TCA tonight! My fans are amazing!"
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