This is the story of a generation, shaped by the 60s, that has reached its time of reckoning, and of a man who must uncover the secrets of his father's past before he can live and love in the present. Mitch Rozier has spent half of his 50 years writing an environmental column for an alternative West coast paper. Now he finds himself back under his father's roof. Sisters Lexa and Mariah McCaskill wrestle with the past that has driven them away from domesticity:
"A PLEASANT repeat!"
Thank you Madam Thomas. The noted Dean of the White House Press Corps has announced that she does not intend to stay with UPI under its new ownership. In her memoir, the multiple award-winning journalist shares her anecdotes and behind-the-scenes insights as a woman who has reported on every president from Kennedy to Clinton.