On the second anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Gail Sheehy tells the story — or rather, the stories — of a community devastated two years ago. Middletown, NJ lost dozens of residents when the Twin Towers fell. The author tells of her many interviews with widows, survivors, and community leaders; and their many ways of coping with the tragedy.

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  • Gail Sheehy Author of 15 books, including "Passages," "The Silent Passage," "New Passages," and "Understanding Men's Passages."

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