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A famous senator, a beautiful girl, and an accident. Chappaquiddick re-told.
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A memoir partially about the 1980 election defeat.
Three very different people–a divorced absentee father, his former client, and a troubled teenager, become friends.
A widow who opens a bookshop in an English seaside town is snubbed.
A baby bird goes searching for his mother after they are separated.
The novelist’s memoir about a life that has spanned two centuries.
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In the continuation of her story, the great actress/comedienne/dancer/entrepreneur remains unstoppable despite professional highs and lows, betrayals, and lousy husbands.
How to stay young and vital–even at an advanced age.
A succession of three 1952 airplane crashes devastates a New Jersey community.