|Like Kurt Cobain, Nick Traina lived for punk rock, succumbed to heroin addiction, and died of suicide. His|
mom, Danielle Steel, takes us through her nineteen twister-like years with Nick in a memoir more affecting than her potboiler novels. His life was haunted by manic depression. At age eleven, Nick was a bedwetter who ate all the Tylenol and Sudafed in the house. After his death, Steel read his diaries and learned that he first considered suicide at age thirteen.