The Undisputed Truth ($18) is an autobiography for the ages. Mike Tyson was a mad man, both figuratively and literally, and he knows it. His crazy life was made of ups and downs which included being crowned the youngest undisputed heavy weight champion in history, jail time, drug addiction, financial issues, and the loss of his mentor, Cus D’Amato. His life also tells the story of a triumphant return to respectability through his performances in the Hangover films, his one man show, and by regaining the love of his family and most of all his dignity. His memoir is brutally honest and takes us on a journey from Brooklyn’s ghettos, to the tranquil person Mike Tyson has become today.
If you’ve seen any of Food Networks Iron Chef or Top Chef episodes, then you’ve surely seen Chef Edward Lee. His new book, Smoke and Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a New Southern Kitchen ($20) pulls from his Korean and Southern influences and provides more than 130 recipes to excite the palette. Chef Lee is […]