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Dead Dads Club: Stories of Love, Loss, and Healing by Daughters Who Have…

by Mary Burt-Godwin

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Dead Dads Club is a moving collection of stories from women who have lost their fathers. A bittersweet journey through the experience of parental loss, from the 4:00am phone call we all dread receiving, to the agony of watching our loved one wither from disease, these raw stories capture the essence of grief, and reflect on the precious moments shared between daughters and their dads. With a deft balance of sensitivity and humor, Dead Dads Club gets to the heart of bereavement and offers hope for any daughter mourning the loss of her father.

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