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Give the gift of reading with memoirs from Hollywood

From the The ultimate 2020 holiday gift guide: Here's something for everyone on your list series
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The famed Hollywood sign in Los Angeles is seen in this May 2020 photo.

This collection of memoirs brings readers behind the scenes and into the lives of those who dared to make it in Hollywood. And they could make great gifts for the book lovers in your lives.

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