Books by Andrew Sheehan

Released: Sept. 11, 2001

"Enough ache here to fill more than a lifetime, albeit with reconciliation at the end and a 'father who wondered at the beauty of his son and could claim no influence.'"
Like father, like son. Newspaperman Sheehan's potent memoir finds a lot of unfortunate parallels between his own and his father's lives: drinking gone sour, marriages abandoned, a furious pursuit of freedom that turned both remote, then solitary. Read full book review >