Mailbox Monday

I find people who have overcome adversity more interesting than people who have not and this true story about overcoming unexpected adversity sounds like a doozy. Here is the description from Amazon:

“Catherine Chagra and her two sisters, Cindy and Christa, were the darling daughters of Jimmy Chagra, the biggest pot dealer in the history of the U.S.A., and one of the kingpins of Las Vegas casinos in the 1970’s. But after their father was arrested and his hundred-million dollars had disappeared, they were left penniless, at the mercy of a Texas society that vilified them. With the help of their principled mother before her tragic death, and haunted by the shadow of their father, Dirty Darlings is a portrait of courage as three women attempt to re-assemble the shattered pieces of their lives.”

Disclosure: I received a copy of Dirty Darlings from Net Galley. This post contains affiliate links.

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16 Responses to Mailbox Monday

  1. Cheryl C Malandrinos says:

    Oh, I’ve seen this one somewhere else recently. It sounds fascinating. I hope you enjoy it.

  2. Elizabeth (Silver's Reviews) says:

    I love the cover and the book’s title.

    Sounds quite good and very interesting.

    Have a wonderful reading week.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  3. Serena says:

    I hope you enjoy it.

  4. Theresa (The Truth About Books) says:

    I have a few true stories to read. All from Cathy Glass, I have not read any of them yet. Enjoy your new book.

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    Theresa (The Truth About Books)
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  5. Annette says:

    I don’t really read autographies, but this one sounds really interesting! I hope you enjoy it. And it’s lovely to have something from Netgalley to review every once in a while, isn’t it?

  6. Mary says:

    Sounds like a compelling story!

  7. Sam Still Reading says:

    This does sound interesting. Hope you enjoy it!

  8. Laura @Library of Clean Reads says:

    I like true stories about overcoming unexpected adversity too and this one does sound like a good read. Enjoy your reading week!