In Deni Bechard's latest memoir, "Cures for Hunger," questions about his family history arise when he is asked to complete a family tree in school. As he begins to look into his past, Bechard hits road blocks trying to discover his dad's side of the family and begins a search into his father's criminal history to find himself.
Bechard joined The Daily Circuit to discuss his new book.
Part of becoming an adult is starting to see your parents in a more critical light and in a less idolizing way.
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