A widow's walk

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Simon & Schuster, Aug 30, 2005 - History - 422 pages
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A playwright and comedienne whose firefighter husband was killed in the September 11 attacks traces the year after his death, during which she struggled with the challenges of single parenthood, attended advocacy meetings with such figures as Mayor Giuliani and Governor Pataki, and learned to find humor in the face of grief and loss. 60,000 first printing.

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Marian Fontana and her husband, New York City Firefighter Dave Fontana, were about to celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary, but then the call came in, the call that would change the lives of ... Read full review

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Marian Fontana tells of the aftermath of losing her firefighter husband Dave on 9/11. After the tragedy, Marian had a strong support system of family, friends, and even institutions and it was still difficult. Research shows she's found love again, and I wish her the best. Read full review


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