Letters: Candidates' Books, 'D and D,' Bogus Memoir Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read listener responses to stories, including: a discussion about books by former presidents and people who want to be president; a remembrance of the co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons; and a conversation about the publication of an entirely fabricated memoir.
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Letters: Candidates' Books, 'D and D,' Bogus Memoir

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Letters: Candidates' Books, 'D and D,' Bogus Memoir

Letters: Candidates' Books, 'D and D,' Bogus Memoir

Letters: Candidates' Books, 'D and D,' Bogus Memoir

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Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read listener responses to the program. Most of the e-mail was directed at our discussion of books by former presidents and people who want to be president. There was also reaction to our remembrance of the co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons, and to our conversation about the publication of an entirely fabricated memoir, Love and Consequences.