“Every Other Weekend—Coming of Age With Two Different Dads delightfully evokes a bygone era of Southern California through the tender lens of a young son growing up between two fathers and two worlds. Mohr paints the fun and freedom of traveling through celebrity rich Hollywood with his father, a B-list actor, flirt and crude teacher of life, against the steadier backdrop of his caring, but remote businessman stepfather. Like his two fathers, Mohr’s touching and tumultuous memoir is equal parts razzle dazzle and serious life lessons — engaging, poignant, longing, nostalgic but never sentimental.  There’s just enough mid-century Hollywood name-dropping, the gone glamour of radio stardom and early TV, all as fleeting as his mercurial father.”