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Remember Me. by Suzanne Lipsett. If you have at least a penny - for goodness sake respect your thoughts, and hers, by purchasing yourself - Remember Me - as well as any book written by this magnificent author, teacher, mother, wife, and friend.
Remember me : a novel. Lipsett, Suzanne. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on November 2, 2011.
Suzanne Lipsett (Author). Lipsett, through talk of reading groups she attended from the 60's to 90's, has given me an exciting new list of female authors to discover. This collection of essays by the author of Remember Me offers inspiring glimpses of her personal and professional life. She writes here for anyone who has ever lost family tragically and lived in the silent mystery of what really happened. She talks of women who raise each other up, find common bonds, and celebrate the wisdom of growing older.
If Lipsett's previous books, Out of Danger (1987) and Coming Back Up (1985), were soft-focus looks at personal .
If Lipsett's previous books, Out of Danger (1987) and Coming Back Up (1985), were soft-focus looks at personal tragedy, this time she has taken care to use a more powerful lens-and the snapshots she hands us are not exactly pretty pictures. The book opens with the story of Nancy Jacobs, a young mother who's taken herself to a clinic in Mexico in 1950 to see if anything can be done about her cancer, which the doctors have pronounced to be fatal. Left at home, in California, are her considerably older husband, Maury, and their four young children
Surviving a writer's life.
For centuries death has drawn our attention. Some fear the imagined darkness while others consider it a peaceful reunion with family and friends; still others view death as nothing more than a transition.
Suzanne Wright lives in England with her husband and two children. When she’s not spending time with her family, she’s writing, reading or doing her version of housework – sweeping the house with a look. She’s worked in a pharmaceutical company, at a Disney Store, at a primary school as a voluntary teaching assistant, at the RSPCA and has a First Class Honours degree in Psychology and Identity Studies.
REMEMBER ME? by Sophie Kinsella (Unabridged Audiobook). Narrated by Rachel Bavidge. 13 hours and 27 minutes, HQ stereo sound from 12 CD. When 28 years old Lexi Smart wakes up in a London hospital, she’s in for a big surprise. Her teeth are perfect. Her handbag is Vuitton.