A bus of my own
Accomplished journalist, novelist, and playwright Jim Lehrer dares the most daunting of literary challenges, the autobiography, and succeeds brilliantly. Jam-packed with marvelous stories, memorable characters, and pointed opinions about all kinds of things, it will have readers thinking, chortling, even getting misty-eyed time to time. It is a pure delight.
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