I'm kind of surprised that it took so long.

From The Boston Globe:

Three years after it was published, a best-selling memoir about a Northampton psychiatrist and his family has drawn a lawsuit alleging defamation, emotional distress, fraud, and invasion of privacy.

I loved that book.  Loved it loved it loved it.  Chrissy?  Well, not so much.  But I loved it.

Does the Turcotte family not realize that this lawsuit will (a) sell a bazillion more books, and (b) let the entire country know who they are, rather than just the neighbors?