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That Book About Harvard: Surviving the Famous University, One Embarrassment at a Time; A Memoir, by Eric Kester

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Rest in Pieces: The Curious Fates of Famous Corpses - Bess Lovejoy

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A tale inspired by the life and mysterious fate of George Mallory traces the experiences of his wife, Ruth, who in 1924 maintains a hopeful vigil in war-ravaged England during Mallory's fateful third expedition to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

6 Books Recommended by 'Big Little Lies' Author Liane Moriarty

6 Books Recommended by 'Big Little Lies' Author Liane Moriarty

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Domenica Ruta grew up in Danvers, Massachusetts, in a ramshackle, rundown, trash-filled house with her mother, a drug dealer and user who...

With or Without You- A memoir that shows us how to transcend our childhoods, even the wildest, toughest, drug-infested ones that take place in trash-filled house.

One Hundred Names: Cecelia Ahern. Have to get this book soon!!!

One Hundred Names: Cecelia Ahern

Room by Emma Donoghue. To five-year-old Jack, Room is the world…

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Elsewhere by Richard Russo, a gorgeously nuanced memoir about his mother and Russo's own lifelong tour of duty spent - lovingly and exhaustedly - looking out for her.

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Elsewhere: A memoir, Richard Russo - just heard about this on NPR sounds good.