Books by Caroline Knapp

THE MERRY RECLUSE by Caroline Knapp
Released: May 1, 2004

"An intelligent voice that spoke with grace, honesty, and humor."
Brief essays exploring universal themes—friendship, loneliness, and love—and observations on contemporary life, from Barbie dolls and Linda Tripp to computer solitaire. Read full book review >
APPETITES by Caroline Knapp
Released: May 1, 2003

"An eloquent voice that will be missed."
Final memoir from the late Knapp (Pack of Two, 1998, etc.), this one recording her decades-long struggle with anorexia. Read full book review >
Released: June 12, 1998

"Readers can't help but feel Lucille is one lucky dog living with the (yes, at times, hyper-) attentive Knapp, who has through her dog learned to invest a relationship with exuberance, humor, and an openness to mystery. (Radio satellite tour)"
A dog conjures feelings in memoirist Knapp (Drinking: A Love Story, 1996) that she had never allowed to surface—the giddiness and vulnerability of full-blown love—and here she endeavors to understand why. Read full book review >
DRINKING by Caroline Knapp
Released: June 1, 1996

Boston columnist and New Woman contributing editor Knapp writes with unflinching honesty about her 20 years as an alcoholic, her struggle to overcome the addiction, and the special peril facing women drinkers. Read full book review >