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I knew going in that "Shirley Jones: A memoir" was going to be a light bit of fluff, simply based on the big font (it is practically a large print book)and a few reviews. As such, it is a worthwhile guilty pleasure, full of anecdotes and shockers that keep you turning the pages. I think I learned more about Jack Cassidy than I did about Shirley Jones, but he was such a large part of her personal and professional life that it makes sense. Overall, Ms. Jones comes off as very likable, a bit naughty and just the sort of person you'd like to share some more time with.