by Martha Southgate
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When Josie Henderson's brother Tick arrives on her doorstep fresh from rehab and on the edge of a relapse, Josie must finally face her family's past and her own patterns of addiction.
September 21, 2011 Novelists Tatiana de Rosnay and Martha Southgate measure the impact of family secrets, while former British Prime Minister Tony Blair delivers his memoirs, Richard Cohen takes a close look at the sun, and Guy Deutscher argues that language shapes the mind.
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