Dysfunctional families

Autobiography/Memoir
Martha Hildreth

Boot Language

BOOT LANGUAGE This memoir will remind the reader of other books that recall a blighted, terrifying childhood such as Glass Castle and Educated. Like those

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

A Small Indiscretion

“I resist imagining the present . . . in order to finger my way along the thread, backward to the beginning.” Thus Annie Black Gunnlaugsson

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Children’s Crusade

Shrewd and subtle are two adjectives I would use to describe Ann Packer’s novel, The Children’s Crusade, which traces several decades of dysfunctional California family

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

Pilgrim’s Wilderness

Pilgrim’s Wilderness: A True Story of Faith and Madness on the Alaska Frontier As a reporter for the Anchorage Daily News, Tom Kizzia covered the

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