Brown’s story certainly defies stuffy Senate stereotypes: a tumultuous childhood, with both parents married three times; sternly lectured by a judge at age 12 for shoplifting LPs including a Black Sabbath record; posing nude for Cosmopolitan magazine; and riding a wave of populist anger to snatch Edward M. Kennedy’s seat from the Democrats.
“He will tell his story in a book in hopes of providing insight and encouragement to others and also to ensure that the record is complete and accurate,’’ Gail Gitcho, Brown’s communications director, said in a statement yesterday morning. “Senator Brown will work with a collaborator so he can continue to focus fully on his service to the people of Massachusetts, which is, and always will be, his first priority.’’
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Scott Brown shopping his autobiography
Posted by Ben Cunningham at 4:13 PM