Ms. Fisher continues her story of addiction. I found her to be less than respectful, sarcastic if not caustic about those she includes in the story both family and others. It seems there is an effort made to name drop and dish the nasty about those for whom she is less than kind.
I found this book fascinating to learn of just some of the policies, procedures and actions of Secret Service staff. The book is writing in third person after interviews with retired or past Secret Service agents. The idiosyncrasies of the first families are enjoyable, some confirming my thoughts and others very surprising. The work of this service of pretty amazing and awe inducing.
II enjoyed this book. Ms Janzen enlightens regarding the life in a Mennonite family and most importantly
explains the decisions she has made regarding her faith and the resulting course her life, marriage and work.
I found the reader to present the literature in a dull and rather sarcastic way.
Elizabeth Berg has a terrific insight into secrets of all things "relationship." This work visits the lives of two sisters, their mother and the damage of secrets of the past.
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