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Book Review - Lois Remembers
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This is a book, with small distance from writer to reader; one seems to be listening from the other end of a sofa, just two in the room.
AAs are accustomed to hearing of the early days in co-founder Bill's genuine and ever more plural "we." Here, the familiar events become like new, seen by Lois W., Bill's wife and now widow--the pain of loving a drunk; the wonder of Bill's and Bob's mutual... Login to read more
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