Library Moves Lance Armstrong’s Books to Fiction Section

Library Moves Lance Armstrong's Books to Fiction Section

Celebrity cyclist Lance Armstrong has written a bunch of books about his life. After he finally admitted he was liar, an Australian library moved Armstrong’s memoirs to the Fiction Section.


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One Response to “Library Moves Lance Armstrong’s Books to Fiction Section”

  1. Mike Licht Says:


    “Last week, in California, two plaintiffs, Rob Stutzman and Jonathan Wheeler, filed a class-action lawsuit against Armstrong, as well as the publishers Penguin and Random House, alleging that, according to the filing, they ‘were misled by Defendants’ statements and purchased Defendant Armstrong’s books based upon the false belief that they were true and honest works of nonfiction.’”

    — “Satisfaction Not Guaranteed: Reading Lance Armstrong,” Ian Crouch, The New Yorker blog

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