American Daughter

For anyone looking for a moving tale of finding a way to give the love we don’t receive, American Daughter will resonate.

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Review of ‘American Daughter’

The memoir genre is flush with inspiring stories about children who overcame horrific abuse to become healthy, functioning adults. If Stephanie Thornton Plymale’s American Daughter were merely that type of memoir, it would still be impressive. Plymale spent her childhood fending for herself as one of five kids raised by a mentally ill and drug-addicted…

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