Tommy and Me, My Memories of My Brother Tom
When her brother, Tom, died suddenly of a heart attack, Pat Ferguson Hanson processed her grief by capturing the best of their times growing up together in this series of anecdotes that are both moving and entertaining. Her stories will resonate with anyone who grew up in the l950s and 60s, or knows someone who did. Her book will also be of help to anyone who has lost a loved one, and perhaps even encourage them to record memories of their own.
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