DALLAS (AP) -- The editor of James Frey's disputed memoir, "A Million Little Pieces," hasn't had her last word yet on Oprah Winfrey's nationally televised shaming of the author.
The book was a best-seller after Winfrey chose it for her book club in 2005. Frey later acknowledged that the memoir contained many fictitious episodes, and Winfrey denounced him in person on her Chicago-based T-V show.
Nan Talese was with Frey on that show. At a non-fiction writers' conference in Dallas on Saturday, she accused Winfrey of "fiercely bad manners."
And she says said she would have done nothing differently in how she handled Frey's manuscript.
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