A new genre to answer to the dilemma of the false memoir? At least in the historical field it should be helpful. As far as a person making up lies about their own their own life, that's still a crock no matter how it's labeled. You have to read down into the story for the explanation of the term, "true-life novel."
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Five Plus Stars for Joe Queenan!
The satirist tackles Amazon amateur reviews, gotta love it.
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The Disappearance of Gertrude Beasley
Did they lock her up to shut her up? Beasley's disappearance may be solved but there are questions still to be answered.
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Lucrative Racket: Fake Dust Jackets
The dust jacket adds substantially to the value of a collectible book, so naturally there's a brisk trade in reproductions. Nothing wrong with a reproduced jacket marked "facsimile," but many of them aren't.
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Digging For Shakespeare
Yep, there's another candidate for the real Shakespeare and some folks want to dig him up.
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Stern Lawsuit Moves Forward
A judge has ruled that Howard Stern's lawsuit against the author of a tell-all focusing on Anna Nicole Smith can proceed.
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