Judy Belushi has waited eight years to tell her story. Brimming with color, anecdote, and the presence of people such as Bill Murray, Penny Marshall, Carrie Fisher, Chevy Chase, James Taylor, Robin Williams, Harrison Ford and Jack Nicholson, this memoir relates a journey through a troublesome time; a journey she never expected to take, with a destination she could not have imagined. 24 pages of photographs.
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Review: Samurai WidowUser Review - Amy G. Pace - Goodreads
Gives a much nicer and palatable portrayal of John Belushi than Wired did. Delved a little more into Judith Belushi's life post-John than I was necessarily interested in, but was a good read. Read full review
Review: Samurai WidowUser Review - Joan - Goodreads
Although I was never particularly a John Belushi fan, this book is one of my all time favorites. I read it shortly after the death of my son and found it to be a very real, very touching journey through the grieving process. This was a true love story! Read full review