Charles Frankhauser published a second memoir, Whose Boy Are You? that tells of the difficult years of a child, whose family life comes apart with the traumatic and unexpected divorce of his parents. Charles was eleven years old in 1947 and was sent to live with an elderly, childless couple who were distant relatives. The couple cared for him in well-to-do surroundings under strict rules, enforced the need of a good education and exposed him to the wild escapades of their guests at weekend parties in the country. The memoir covers a relatively short period of time during the critically informative years of a young boy. But the impact of the elderly couple had a lasting positive effect on his life.