Howard Stern: King of All Media : the Unauthorized Biography

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St. Martin's Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 271 pages
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With the publication of his second book, Howard Stern: Miss America, Howard Stern again vaulted from radio drive-time to the best-seller lists. But the man who is supposedly the rampant Id is, it turns out, fairly reticent about himself and his media empire.
His silence is about to be violated by noted media commentator and columnist Paul D. Colford. In this thoroughly researched and engaging unauthorized biography, Colford tells all the facts that we haven't heard from the self-proclaimed "King of All Media".

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HOWARD STERN: KING OF ALL MEDIA: The Unauthorized Biography

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Despite brash touting as being unauthorized, this uninspired biography of the shock-jock is as mild as they come. While Stern is routinely deplored by the chattering classes as a base vulgarian ... Read full review

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