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Untied by Meredith Baxter
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Jun 26, 2011

bookshelves: 2011-audio-books, 2011-nonfiction
Read in June, 2011

Untied: a Memoir of Family Fame and Floundering, by Meridith Baxter, narrated by the author, produced by Random House Audio, downloaded from audible.com.

This is Baxter’s memoir in her own words: the difficult childhood with a distant mother, who was also an actor and producer; falling into theater roles without really trying, and then becoming dedicated to acting by having roles with such actors as Doris Day; two completely wrong marriages, and finally, at age 62, coming out as a lesbian and finding the relationship with Nancy Locke that makes up for the bad time. Told with wit and verve, and narrated intimately, as if she were in the living room with you, this is an inspiring story about a woman’s breaking through her self doubt and hate to sobriety and to a wonderful relationship.

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