Last week on her show, Nancy Grace announced that she would be donating proceeds from her latest book, “Death on the D-List,” to Wesley Glen Ministries, an organization in Georgia that provides housing and support for the mentally handicapped. And her donations to the charity are bound to keep getting bigger, as it was announced today that the book debuted at number 13 on the New York Times Bestseller list.
Before the book’s status on the list was even released, Grace had the director of Wesley Glen Ministries, Dr. William Oliver, on her show to present him with a check for $25,000 and the pledge that “God willing, there’s more coming.” Now that it’s a certified bestseller, there probably will be.
“We all know I’ve been pretty mean in the courtroom and out,” Grace joked with Oliver, “so this may be my only ticket to heaven. So please, I want you to accept this check.”
This is Grace’s second novel after publishing “The Eleventh Victim” in 2009, and both have made appearances on the NYT Bestseller list.
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