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In January 1992, the 33-year-old only son of singer/songwriter Judy Collins committed suicide. Her new book sheds light on the taboo subject of suicide and describes her journey to find the strength to survive.
- Judy Collins Singer, songwriter, and the author of numerous books, including the memoir, "Singing Lessons," and the novel, "Shameless." She recently started her own label, "Wildflower Records."
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