Came across Moehringer when I read Andre Agassi's memoir, Open. Moehringer "ghosted" or perhaps "channeled" Agassi, and when Agassi wanted to give him writing credit, M. said he didn't want his name on the book that way. Agassi writes of M.'s involvement in an afterword.
Moehringer is a very good writer, as is Mary Carr. Carr wrote three memoirs, The Liars' Club,I forget the title of next book, started it and didn't finish it, and Lit, which was the third part of her story, most recent book .
Grandin is autistic, famous for her understanding, empathy with animals.
If you google these three, you'll get a clear idea of the subject matter in these memoirs. All deal with adversity, damages, consequences, successes...."Round up the usual suspects/subjects." When I was teaching, English in the old days, Language Arts later on, and I'm not sure what it's named today, I enjoyed giving students a wide array of choices using material I enjoyed. I would have been happy to introduce these three authors to my own students.