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Fatherless Women
Fatherless Women: How We Change After We Lose Our Dad
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BOOK DETAILS

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About Clea

I'm Clea Simon, author of multiple mysteries, most recently the first Pru Marlowe pet noir Dogs Don't Lie (Poisoned Pen Press) and the Dulcie Schwartz feline mystery, Grey Zone (Severn House). My nonfiction books include Mad...

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Published Reviews

Dec.30.2007

Animal rights meet designer drugs in frigid Cambridge, Mass. Freelance writer Theda Krakow (Cattery Row, 2006, etc.) covers the club scene for the local newspaper. Her latest assignment is a new band who...

Dec.30.2007

"With urban edginess, realistic characters, a feisty and sympathetic heroine and a big heart, Simon spins a frightening tale that will have you postponing your catnap till you turn the final page....

Author's Publishing Notes

<span style="font-size: 16px; line-height: normal; font-family: 'HTF Hoefler Text'" class="Apple-style-span"><p style="text-indent: 30px; text-align: left; font-weight: normal">&quot;A book filled with compelling stories of not only mourning, heartbreak, and struggle, but also gratitude, liberation, and joy. Grief, Clea Simon reminds us, is as complex as the love that gave rise to it, and a father's legacy unfolds, changes, and deepens over time.&quot; - Richard Hoffman, author of <em>Half the House: A Memoir</em></p><p style="text-indent: 30px; text-align: left; font-weight: normal">&quot;This book is an important addition to the literature about the highly charged relationship of daughters and fathers that offers insight, hope, and compassion.&quot; - Patricia Reis, author of <em>Daughters of Saturn: From Father's Daughter to Creative Woman</em></p><p style="text-indent: 30px; text-align: left; font-weight: normal">&quot;With elegant prose and the authority that comes with thorough reporting, <em>Fatherless Women</em> sheds new light on the father-daughter dynamic.&quot; - Welling Savo, <em>Boston</em> magazine </p></span>