All My Books

Stan Hochman Unfiltered,  a biography
50 Years of Wit and Wisdom from the Groundbreaking Sportswriter
Edited by Gloria Hochman
Foreword by Angelo Cataldi
With a Message from Governor Edward G. Rendell

When Joe Frazier came back from the Olympics after winning the gold medal in 1964, there was no bag of money waiting like there is now. Stan found out that Joe was broke and he got the word out, and Joe’s five kids got everything they wanted for Christmas. That’s the kind of man Stan was.  — Joe Hand, boxing promoter

 

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A Brilliant Madness:  Living with Manic Depressive Illness, which she authored with late actor Patty Duke

“A groundbreaking book for those who are manic depressive or who live with or love someone who is.”

Publisher’s Weekly

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Adult Children of Divorce, which she co-authored with Dr. Edward Beal, a Washington D.C. psychiatrist

“A rare combination of engaging writing, solid scholarship, clinical wisdom, and theoretical consistency, this book offers hope to those who have experienced the despair that accompanies the divorcing process.”

Dr. Donald J. Shouldberg, Ph.D., Director, Marriage and Family services, The Menninger Foundation

Heart Bypass:  What Every Patient Must Know with an Introduction by Dr. Denton Cooley, then surgeon-in-chief of the Texas Heart Institute, and Foreword by the late Dr. William Likoff, president and chief executive officer of Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia . . .

“It is extensive, well written, informative and a comprehensive treatise on coronary artery surgery from diagnosis to rehabilitation . . . it is ideal for lay people, especially those having trouble with arteriosclerosis, and will be a great asset to the general fund of information regarding this national problem.”

Gerald M. Lemole, M.D., Department of Surgery, Deborah Heart and Lung Institute

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Age for Change:  Baby Boomers Defy the Rules of Aging (free ebook)

 “I wish you had interviewed me for the book.  I could have told you plenty.  When I read the chapter about relationships between parents and children, I saw myself and my daughter right there on the pages.”