Gillian Mortimer

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Lyndi Brown Fabulous memoir of growing up in Africa on hardscrabble ranches, with loving but eccentric parents. I enjoyed author's near-sighted vision of a child, without analysis of political strife around her.
1. Did she feel loved?
2. Were her parents neglectful or did they teach her independence?
Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all) Here's a new idea: read it yourself and formulate your own.
Cathy Sargent Hardscrabble ranches with loving but eccentric parents yes. Curious to know if how many family members had the geneti an x factor for alcoholism and how many began drinking and using drugs to cope with political strife and survival. Do people in alcoholic families feel love...people suffereing from this disease aften have early childhood trauma that they need to heal before they can explore why they are drinking and living the dying way of life. Curious to know how many readers will miss one of the core issues: alcoholism
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