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Silent Lucidity

by Melissa Wuske

"Silent Lucidity" is a heroic and delicate tale of healing from familial sexual abuse. Olivia Benson’s chilling and forthright memoir "Silent Lucidity" recalls the deep trauma of incest and illustrates how healing comes from bringing... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

"Redlined" offers a nuanced look at ordinary Americans during an event-laden era. Linda Gartz’s "Redlined" is an exceptionally rich and readable memoir of family, change, and coming of age in the tumultuous 1960s. While clearing out... Read More

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A Life Rebuilt

by Mari Carlson

Emotionally satisfying without becoming sentimental, "A Life Rebuilt" is a memoir that works to come to terms with a complicated past. In her emotional memoir "A Life Rebuilt", Sylvia Gutmann forges a new future by reviving her lost... Read More

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