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Letters to my Mother (but really for my…
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Letters to my Mother (but really for my father)

by Kate Kaiser

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"Dear Mom," Are these words any easier to write when Mom is gone? What if there were things you never told her? Things you've left unsaid. Things you've always wanted to know? And after you've poured your heart out to your mom, would you then show the letters to your ... Kate Kaiser did just that, in this touching, tearing and true story of one woman's open letters to her past, her family, and herself.… (more)

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