Any Place I Hang My Hat: A Novel
Amy was barely born with a spoon in her mouth let alone a silver one. Her mother abandoned her before her first birthday and her father, a small-time crook, was in jail more time than he was out. Raised by her flaky and slightly felonious grandmother, Amy worked hard and managed to get scholarships to boarding school, then Harvard, then the Columbia School of Journalism. But now -- a few years into her stint as a reporter for a prestigious magazine -- she doesn't know who she is or how to connect with the world. Seeking answers, she sets out to find the mother she never knew...and maybe a place to belong.
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Review: Any Place I Hang My HatUser Review - Farahjoan - Goodreads
Maybe I'm a cynic. I found this at a used book sale, signed, and gave it a go. I thought I'd relate to it, despite the chick-lit feel to the plot. The main character is a writer who had a rough start ... Read full review
Review: Any Place I Hang My HatUser Review - Julie - Goodreads
I always enjoy Susan Isaacs writing. Amy was an interesting character who finally found her way to a future. Read full review