Dalia Dippolito surely personifies the adage that “truth is stranger than fiction.” If the twists in her life weren’t documented in Poison Candy, it would be difficult to believe the extent of her greed and evil nature. The book’s Prologue hooks the reader immediately. The book’s title is explained in this early passage: “She was poison candy—sweet, delicious, mouthwatering on the outside, but deadly within, and designed to cripple the innocent. She was something only a monster could imagine, or something you’d find in a fairy tale.”
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Now that big players like Craigslist and The Village Voice have been pushed out of the sex advertising marketplace, the Utoopi episode has the appearance of Google not looking too hard in order to sweep up the business they left behind.