"Living History," Hillary Clinton's political "tell-some" book.
editorial, "$8 million worth of 'who knows?'," San Jose Mercury News, June 10, 2003
Some reviews of "American Son," his new memoir of working with John F. Kennedy Jr., set new standards for brutality. ...
Blow, whose book is more of a tell-some than tell-all, defends it as "honest without being tawdry, and admiring without being sycophantic."
Paul D. Colford, "Wicked coverage sells JFK Jr. book," Daily News (New York), May 10, 2002
Placing second for the month was surprise Roseanne Barr, the hottest cover celebrity to date. Ms. Barr's 6 points in September lifted her year-to-date total to 64.5, a mere 3 points behind the record set by Princess Di in 1987.
The publication of Ms. Barr's new tell-some book, "Roseanne: My Life as a Woman," and her promotional appearances kept media attention focused her way.
Scott Donaton, "Liz leads September star parade," Advertising Age, October 9, 1989
hiss and tell