Book news sources and blogs have been abuzz lately about a new version of the Ernest Hemingway memoir A Moveable Feast which is being released this summer. The new version – called A Moveable Feast: the Restored Edition – has been re-edited by Hemingway’s son and grandson to present what they claim to be a more accurate version of what the author had intended for the book. (The original edition of A Moveable Feast was published posthumously.)
The Poet and the Murderer: a true story of literary crime and the art of forgery by Simon Worall: the story of Mark Hoffman, considered to be the 20th Century’s greatest forgery artist, who among other frauds, forged a “lost poem” by Emily Dickinson.
The Hoax by Clifford Irving: tell all memoir of the man who was behind a fake autobiography of Howard Hughes which was published in the 1970s.