"Deeply philosophical and immensely practical. [This book] is suited for those steeped in Catholic faith and those with no faith formation at all. It is timeless and completely relevant for our modern age."
Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
"Mickey Cohen got a lot of good breaks in his wild ride of a life, and here comes another: Tere Tereba gives the gangster the biography he has long deserved—an intense, straight-shooting, rocket-fast read, full of gossip, gore, and great research."
Jonathan Eig, author of Get Capone
"This is how biographies should be written: Steinmeyer is the ideal host, introducing us to a fascinating stranger, and sliding into the background... Here is a storyteller with a glint in his eye. Pull up a chair, you won't be disappointed."
Mark Stafford, Times of London
"This book permits us to find what is inspirational about Merton--his strength and determination to overcome, and at times accept, his human frailness and vulnerability, all while battling for self-discovery and solace."
Patrick Hasburgh, author of Aspen Pulp
"Displays an expert’s grasp of the mechanics behind the magic tricks of the day and a keen appreciation of the technologies that allowed stage artists to play new variations on classic illusions.”
William Grimes, The New York Times
“A visit to the magical, blood-spattered world of the Alice Cooper Group, courtesy of Dunaway, the band's bassist, co-songwriter and 'theatrical conceptionalist'... the book is more than just an homage to his old friend; it's a love letter to an era... An affectionate, sharp-eyed memoir.”
"In this compulsively readable book, music historian Streissguth describes the contrast between the staid Nashville music scene of the late '60s and early '70s, and the dynamic new music filtering into the city."
Publishers Weekly (starred review)
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