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The Kitchen Readings by Michael Cleverly
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Feb 27, 08

Read in January, 2008

Two friends of Hunter S. Thompson, including one who is the county sheriff, got together and researched and wrote 29 story glimpses of the gonzo journalist that will have you in tears and stitches: The Kitchen Readings - Untold Stories of Hunter S. Thompson.

The authors are Michael Cleverly, an Aspen-area artist, and Bob Braudis, the sheriff of Pitkin County, Colorado, where Hunter’s hometown of Woody Creek is located.

The kitchen of his house was the center of Hunter’s Owl Farm life and both Cleverly and Braudis were regulars there as were many other neighbors and townfolk whose reminisces the authors chose for their wild, wet and wicked narrations.

The stories are hilarious and if you’ve been a Hunter fan over the years you’ll probably finish this 274 page trade paperback off in two sittings.

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