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Lance's book operates on three levels: It's a tell-all with the real, unvarnished inside story on Hatch's Machiavellian strategy; it's a riveting page turner with shocking insights into Hatch's Dickensian roller coaster life and it's a textbook for reality show aspirants on how to jump-start their careers once they hit the hot white lights of media fame.
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Lord Hutton will have a particularly hard job prising the unvarnished truth out of it.
As the result of an animated, often humorous, 35-minute conversation Wednesday, Freeman didn't answer questions so much as give an unvarnished version of where he thinks the DWP is, where it needs to be and some of the major changes that are necessary to get there.
Brody also accumulated a tape deck full of unvarnished conversations among the major Republican players in the White House and on the campaign trail.
While "Life's A Bitch" is an anthemic anti-mission statement, songs like "I'm All You Need" and "This Is Who I Am" are unvarnished celebrations of personal empowerment and unbridled expressions of pure desire.
No one there seems able to tell the unvarnished truth.
I feel very strongly that I should be free to give frank, unvarnished advice to the attorney general without having to worry about the advice being laid out before the world,'' Freeh said in his testimony Tuesday.
Nixon unvarnished is not a pretty sight, so it's not surprising that the late president's daughters are said to be upset with the book, and with Crowley.
In this coming-of-age story for the senior set, director David Finn offers an unvarnished portrait of a flinty, single-minded, slyly charming, obsessive man literally driven to continue his race against time long after he has established himself as a living legend.
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I mean, do you think columns such as these would be any cop if their authors only ever told you the unvarnished truth about their tedious lives?