Published July 2000
by Writers Club Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
This book helped me in the most difficult time of my life. When my father passed away I was looking for a lot of answers to many questions and this book helped me in that regard. I have bought this book seven times because I keep giving it out when someone close to me loses their father /5(58). His book, "Alex: The Life of a Child," is the most moving memoir I have ever read, probably because my daughter Erin and I feel like Frank’s relationship with his daughter Alex mirrored our own. Alex was /5. Telling people she was his wife, he dyed the child's hair black, put scarlet lipstick on her mouth and dressed her in garish, sexy clothes. The ''roly-poly'' year-old obediently flashed her. Historic saga 2 red haired sisters green eyes, 1 wild child, live with father/brother. Nurse locks her in but sees her playing with sister; thinks she has seen ghost. Father/brother goes mad, Girl researches .
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