lucia greenhouse

memoir

Growing Up Christian Science
As a child, Lucia Greenhouse was not allowed to visit a doctor or even pop an Advil, as part of her religion. Could she keep the faith?
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What We're Reading: A Rallying Cry for Books
A memoir that sheds light on the father-daughter bond, and the impor…
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What We're Reading: A Memoir That's Nowhere Near...
Ever been obsessed with something? Read about a woman who can't cont…
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What We're Reading: A Lustful, Literary Memoir
One woman sacrifices everything for the chance to pursue her passion…
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The Incredible Shrinking Portia
In Portia de Rossi's extraordinary new memoir, she discusses the hea…
Shopping Guide
Confessions of a Real-Life Shopaholic
For nearly two decades, Avis Cardella didn't go a day without shopping until the guilt, stress, bills, and debt collectors got the bes…
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Need to Read: Corked
In her debut memoir, Corked, Kathryn Borel unpacks a tragicomic father-daughter drinkfest through the finest French vineyards.