Eve Claxton

Eve Claxton

Non-Fiction

Eve Claxton is a writer, editor and Peabody award-winning radio producer. She’s worked as editor and co-writer on many non-fiction books.

THE CONFESSION ALBUM

THE CONFESSION ALBUM

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THE BRIDESMAID’S DAUGHTER: FROM GRACE KELLY’S WEDDING TO A HOMELESS SHELTER – SEARCHING FOR THE TRUTH ABOUT MY MOTHER

THE BRIDESMAID’S DAUGHTER: FROM GRACE KELLY’S WEDDING TO A HOMELESS SHELTER – SEARCHING FOR THE TRUTH ABOUT MY MOTHER

Absolutely a must read!!! Writing at its best! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book! Couldn’t put it down. Have recommended it to all my friends and family.”

K A Jakobsen

“A well researched, compelling read about modeling, friendship, mother-daughter-family relationships, mental illness and NYC. Written with honesty and love. If you’re after a page turner, this is it.”

Nel

“A really interesting and sensitively told memoir about post-partum depression and how it affected the author’s life. Her mother was one of the original Ford models and lived a glamorous life (and yes, was a bridesmaid to Grace Kelly, although that isn’t the most interesting part of the story), only to find that an untreated mental illness led to her eventual downfall. I was engrossed in the story and am glad that Nyna wrote it!”

K.W.