This week’s book list: Jane Fonda’s black adopted daughter tells her story

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For the first time, Mary Williams shares her story of growing up the daughter of Jane Fonda after being rescued from the mean streets of Oakland, California. This is her story of triumph over adversity and an example of what can  happen when a child receives love and hope. Williams’s book, The Lost Daughter leads our Hit List this week.

Meanwhile, for golf fans, we take a look at Tiger Woods, who is chasing history this week at The Masters. Woods hasn’t had a major win since coach Hank Haney left his side, and in The Big Miss, Haney gives us a unique look into the elusive golf phenom.

Finally, let’s see what’s really behind the woman President Obama said was the best-looking attorney general in the nation. We have a book by Kamala Harris, Smart On Crime,which should prove that she is more than just a pretty face.

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