Hill Women by Cassie Chambers. Published by Ballantine

Chambers recounts her childhood in one of Kentucky (and the country’s) poorest regions. Her life is shaped by her grandmother, a child bride who bore seven children and her aunt Wilma, while her mother worked hard to finish both high school and college. Chambers own journey through college and ultimately Harvard Law School was made possible by the strong and determined women who raised her. A remarkable memoir for fans of Educated and Half Broke Horses

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