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Conditioned by TV talk shows and tabloid magazines, we've come to expect dirt, the full dirt and nothing but the dirt in our profiles of the rich and famous. Author Jack Mingo obliges in this aptly named look at personalities as diverse as Harpo Marx (read about his first near-sex experience) and Lee Harvey Oswald (he had a plan to kill Richard Nixon). Essentially a collec ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Perigee Trade
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old celebrity gossip from my friend's mom's ex-boyfriend. a household staple.
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