The Register-Guard in Eugene, Oregon, calls Kim Stafford's memoir, 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: How My Brother Disappeared, a "beautiful and brave story . . . of two inseparable brothers. As boys they walked with arms around each other’s necks joyfully singing, 'We’re pals. We’re pals.' At the doorstep of adulthood they went off to college together. As men, Stafford’s brother, Bret, ended their adventures-in-tandem when he took his own life." Read more.
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