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ReganBooks, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 341 pages
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In one of the most no-holds-barred memoirs you're likely to read, Robin Quivers, mystery woman of "The Howard Stern Show", strips off her mask along with her gloves. From Robin's embattled childhood in black Baltimore, through depression and despair to the height of broadcast fame as cohost of America's top-rated radio show, Quivers reveals the full, intimate story of a passionate and often misunderstood personality. Robin's thirteen-year partnership with Howard Stern, "The King of All Media" (including their recent successful attempt to talk a listener out of killing himself), is revealed in hilarious and profoundly personal detail. Much more than a show-biz autobiography, Quivers is a vivid personal chronicle of the black experience and the universal struggle for female self-worth, as well as a rags-to-riches story in the grand tradition. Holding absolutely nothing back, Robin writes with the same warmth, strength, and candor that endear her to millions of fans. Whether she's describing a boxing match, a career crisis, or a love affair gone bad, she strikes a universal chord.

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User Review  - Janet - Goodreads

You can hate on Howard Stern all you want, but don't lump Robin Quivers in with him. She's actually a pretty amazing and resilient woman (she was abused by her parents). I read this book a while ago ... Read full review


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