Thanks to Patricia Chadwick for this complimentary review of BETTY FORD. I hope you’ll take her advice and make Betty one of your summer reads!
Sometimes a book resonates with its reader in a special way. That can happen for an array of reasons – perhaps it stirs something deep inside, or it informs in a new way, or maybe it brings back memories, or it could be something else entirely. I had that sense of something special when I recently read Lisa McCubbin’s:
The Prologue was jarring, in fact searing, and almost uncomfortable to read. But it was clear that it was meant to shock because it followed a Foreword by Susan Ford Bales, (Betty Ford’s own daughter) who wrote, “…this is the story of Betty Ford, told with honesty, compassion, and candor.” Read more at: