About this item
After she and her father both came down with potentially fatal cancer, Kelly Corrigan began to write her memoir, but, surprisingly, cancer plays only a peripheral role in her story, taking a backseat to Corrigan's humorous accounts of her childhood, and her loving descriptions of her relationship with her parents and children.
Traces a San Francisco newspaper columnist's life experiences as evaluated during her late thirties, describing her relationships with her husband, children, and Irish-American father before and during her battle with breast cancer.
Number of Pages: 270
Genre: Family + Relationships, Biography + Autobiography, Health + Wellness
Sub-Genre: Personal Memoirs, Women, Diseases / Cancer, Parenting / Parent + Adult Child
Publisher: Hachette Books
Author: CORRIGAN, KELLY
Street Date: January 1, 2009
Item Number (DPCI): 059-04-2318