Caroline Kettlewell graduated from Williams College and hold a master's degree in writing from George Mason University. She and her husband live with their son in Virginia.
"Superbly articulated . . . on par with Autobiography of a Face or Girl, Interrupted." --The Washington Post Book World"Told with unflinching honesty . . . A sobering, deeply perceptive look at a phenomenon that is becoming increasingly discussed, one all the more troubling for its secret, solitary perpetration." --Cleveland Plain Dealer"A surprisingly warm and lyrical evocation of an incredibly complex struggle for survival." --San Francisco Chronicle"Kettlewell has a well-developed sense of humor and irony . . . A gifted writer." --Richmond Times-Dispatch"Skillful and engaging . . . Like a good novel, leaves the reader wanting to know more." --Chicago Tribune