The National Enquirer: thirty years of unforgettable images

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Talk Miramax Books/Hyperion, Nov 1, 2001 - Photography - 255 pages
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For more than thirty years, The National Enquirer has electrified America with unforgettable photographs and captivating stories. It has put us on a first-name basis with stars, villains, beauties, cads, and killers -- bringing remarkable stories to life with breathtaking photos that pack an emotional punch and often break news in themselves. The National Enquirer: Thirty Years of Unforgettable Images is a sumptuous, mesmerizing selection of the most memorable photographs from The National Enquirer history.

This riveting volume takes readers on a visual voyage through the lives of newsmakers from J.F.K. Jr. to Michael Jackson, from Liz Taylor to JonBenet Ramsey, from O.J. to Jackie O. All of the spellbinding Enquirer photographs are here: the never-to-be forgotten image of Elvis in his coffin; the picture that unseated a potential president (sexy Donna Rice perched on Gary Hart's lap); the shot of the Bruno Magli shoes that nailed O.J. in the civil suit, plus some stunning never-before-published photographs that are guaranteed to raise controversy.

A magnificent record of three decades of riveting scandal and celebrity news, The N

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O.J. Tonya Harding. Jim and Tammy Faye. Monica. The lurid images of our collective unconscious return in this paperback edition of 2001's lush coffee table photo gallery from America's most ... Read full review


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Melcher was the founder and editor of Yale University's photography review, Black and White.