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Too Close to the Falls: Book summary and reviews of Too Close to the Falls by Catherine Gildiner
Too Close to the Falls Summary
A poignant memoir about one intrepid, unforgettable girl and her extraordinary childhood in 1950s small-town America
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"[A]nyone who appreciates a good story, well told, will find it in Too Close to the Falls". - St. Louis Post Dispatch
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Catherine Gildiner Author Biography
Catherine Gildiner has been in private practice in clinical psychology for nearly twenty years. She writes a monthly advice column for Chatelaine, a popular Canadian magazine, and contributes regularly to countless other Canadian newspapers and magazines. She lives in Toronto with her husband and three sons.
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