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Frozen Dinners is the story of Elaine Ambrose, who spends half a century searching for love and warmth beyond the contaminated legacy of her fractured family.

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With the advent of TV dinners in the 1950s, an intense and entrepreneurial father rises from poverty to build a multi-million-dollar trucking empire hauling frozen food throughout the Northwest. His determination, combined with generosity and strict punishment, leaves his family in a state of emotional paralysis. After his untimely death, his survivors implode in a maelstrom of brutal courtroom drama, illness, and dementia. The estate and family are destroyed.

Frozen Dinners is the story of Elaine Ambrose, who spends half a century searching for love and warmth beyond the contaminated legacy of her fractured family.

"Full of luscious details, clear-eyed compassion, and enduring joy..." --- Kim Barnes, Author of Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Memoir

"This tell-all memoir will resonate with anyone who has endured family dysfunction." ---Joely Fisher, Author of Growing Up Fisher

"Affecting and sometimes poetic, "Frozen Dinners" paints a complex portrait of a twentieth-century Idaho family and its business empire." ---Foreword Clarion Reviews
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Frozen Dinners

A Memoir of a Fractured Family

Author Elaine Ambrose

Narrated by Elaine Ambrose

Publication date Sep 10, 2019

Running time 6 hrs 27 min

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