Lain Calder tells a good story about an American news icon.
One story tells about three employees making over $40,000 a year in the 1970's who risked their jobs and criminal prosecution to split a pie of $20,000 less expenses. Another tells tales of Jackie O. Ari, and JFK, Jr. Then comes a really big story about an Elvis coup that is not to be missed.
Do you need to now all these juicy details of the lives of the rich, famous, infamous, and weird, like the ugliest man's plastic surgury after and before pictures? I kept turning page after page excitedly looking for more.
I found that the "National Enquirer" was more than I thought it was after reading Calder's historical pictureless tome.
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