Weller is the author of six books -– two of them New York Times bestsellers. Of her 2003 family memoir, Dancing at Ciro’s, Carolyn See in The Washington Post said: "This chronicle of glamour, rage, sorrow and despair makes a substantial contribution to American social history." In its starred review, Publishers Weekly called her 1992 narrative nonfiction Marrying the Hangman, about the 1987 New York murder of Harpers assistant and fiction writer Diane Whitmore Pikul "a uniquely urban tragedy, told brilliantly.” Her 1995 account of the marriage of O.J. and Nicole Brown Simpson, Raging Heart gave the case a major prosecution witness, was entered into the trial, and was top of the national news upon its publication. Her lauded 1997 Saint of Circumstance revealed five additional victims (three, unknown to the case’s longtime prosecutor) of "preppy rapist" Alex Kelly.
Books:Girls Like Us, April 2008