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Williams seems to attract extended biographies.
I thought books on Williams sold pretty well? But, then, I think you've mentioned you keep yourself fit for the long haul.
I read that as "Natural Hitler My Ass".
Just started reading this book. Bradlee's not a very good stylist but he has done good research.
I kind of hate the modern trend of "if it's in my notes, it goes in the book."
Volume I is 944 pages and it ends just before they record their first album.
“In his third game, Ted had a double and single, but it was his fourth game, on Sunday, April 23, that served as his true Fenway Park coming out party,” Bradlee writes. “In his second time up against Philadelphia’s LeRoy ‘Tarzan’ Parmelee, Ted scorched a ball into the right-center-field bleachers, just to the right of the outfield triangle, about 430 feet away, for his first home run.
You would not believe this new book about The Beatles by Mark Lewisohn. He seems to have made it his mission to detail what each of them were doing on every day of their lives. Volume I is 944 pages and it ends just before they record their first album.
(To be clear, I like the book a lot, but I'm not sure how many people want this much detail)
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