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“Kristin's historically fascinating story parallels our world today. Here is a collection of unique characters and storylines that you couldn’t make up if you tried. I couldn't be more excited to option her memoir as our inspiration for an incredible television series.” —Steve Barnett, producer of “300” and “The Spiderwick Chronicles"

“Kristin's story is a fascinating and fun look at an era and series of events that changed our country. Even more compelling, at its core is an emotional story about a family and their struggle to stay together after being thrown into a tremendous amount of trouble.” —David Koechner, actor, comedian, SNL alum, and producer known for his roles as Todd Packer on “The Office” and Champ Kind in “Anchorman” and “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” 

“An honest and unadorned depiction of what it’s like to grow up in a house where hardcore pornography and live sex shows pay the bills. Set in a twilight zone somewhere between All in the Family and The Sopranos, the cast features a father facing federal obscenity charges in Memphis, a mother washing down Nembutal with shots of Wild Turkey, and a daughter taking it all in with the eye of a budding journalist. It’s miraculous that Battista-Frazee was able to persuade her family to tell her in such unsparing detail what went down when she was a child. The most surprising plot twist, however, is that Battista-Frazee emerged from the chaos and trauma to lead a shockingly normal, middle-class life. “ —Robert Rosen, author of Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography

“A fascinating account about a piece of pop culture history as well as a story about a family caught up in trying circumstances. This book is bound to strike a chord with anyone who has ever tried to make sense of their family history.” —Katrina Alcorn, author of Maxed Out: American Moms on the Brink

“I’ve never read a porn book like The Pornographer’s Daughter. Kristin Battista-Frazee combines memoir, biography, and journalism in an entertaining and informative way that will really suck readers in.” —Eric Danville, author of The Complete Linda Lovelace

Other mentions:

The New Social Worker Magazine, Book Review, May 19, 2015

Shuizmz, Book Review, The Pornographer's Daughter, November 10, 2014

The Beautiful Kind, Book Review: The Pornographer's Daughter, November 8, 2014

ItsFourthAndLong Blog, Book Review: The Pornographer's Daughter, October 22, 2014