We all loved to hate Nellie Oleson, the perfect child bitch of Little House on the Prairie. In Confessions, Alison Arngrim, the actor who created Nellie, tells all in this hilarious, dishy memoir. Starting in her childhood where her gay father tells her “. . . don’t say anything, because no one must know that Liberace is gay” through “Cast of Little House: no arrests, no convictions,” she shares everything that lead to her current life as an advocate for abused children and HIV awareness. And, yes, Michael Landon really wasn’t wearing underwear. It Books (harpercollins.com). —Review: Angel Curtis
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