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  • Donna Di Giacomo - Now THIS is what you call a book!Susan Mc Dougal is one hell of a lady. She faced horrendous conditions in prison, was shuffled from one federal facility to another without any explanation, and calmly held her own against the extreme agenda of "Independent Counsel" Kenneth Starr (a bedfellow of far right Republicans for years prior to the well financed Clinton witchhunt).

    Those that defend Starr would have done just swell in Auschwitz or Tiananmen Square. Starr was unabashed of his tactics to make Susan testify (even sending an attractive lawyer to one prison to get her cooperation) and he wouldn't have missed the opportunity to nail Susan for perjury at the first opportunity, so she was stuck between a rock and a hard place. She was screwed whichever way you looked at it and she knew it. Susan was quite a few steps ahead of this creep and his band of misfits every step of the way.

    The saddest part of all is that when you ignore the talk radio gasbags and hysterics and actually read this woman's book, you will discover that she knew President and Hillary Clinton only slightly, and it was a relationship that occurred in the mid to late 70's. She was not the close confidant of the Clintons that Starr portrayed her to be.

    To be able to come out of her situation mentally intact takes a lot of guts and fortitude. Instead of dwelling over the past, Susan has taken her horrible experiences and has done well. She holds no resentment towards Starr (who cancelled an appearance at a bookstore, if I remember correctly, when he learned Susan would be there) and has said that his day will come (oh, but to be a fly on the wall!).

    As another person said, Susan is not whiny or self-pitying in her book. She just tells her story and lets you be the judge.
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  • Eva Arnott "Eva" - The Best Book of the YearI'm enjoying this even more than "Wolf Hall". The author fills in the gaps in our knowledge with her own imagination while at the same time writing accurately about what professional historians tell us. I still dislike Thomas Cromwell but now I understand him much better. That is what brilliant novelists do for us.
  • Nikita Lopez - Easy Inspiring ReadI am a 26 yr old married woman and mother of two young children. I am blessed to have had a successful life thus far. Married to my best friend and mother to two incredible children. Reading this has inspired me to another level. To not get so "comfortable" to continue on with your dreams no matter what circumstance. I suggest this to anyone who is having a hard time finding their place in this world. Such a great easy read.
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