In Men We Reaped, a devastating memoir by the National Book Award-winning author of Salvage the Bones, Jesmyn Ward chronicles the lives and deaths of five men she grew up with in a small town on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Michele Owens reviews Split: A Memoir of Divorce by Suzanne Finnamore for O, The Oprah Magazine
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This memoir by one of Ireland's greatest fiction writers has the grit of Angela's Ashes and the sensuality of a D.H. Lawrence novel. All the juicy gossip is a fabulous bonus.
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In this latest thoughtful twist on the recovery memoir , crime-writer Martha Grimes, and her son, Ken Grimes, tell parallel stories of their individual addictions. Martha was a
Elaina Richardson reviews My Judy Garland Life: A Memoir by Susie Boyt, a loving, loopy memoir costarring the girl from Oz.