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Publisher Description

Driving a cab for more than 30 years Gene Salomon has collected a remarkable selection of stories. He shares the very best in this unforgettable memoir.

Eugene has had everyone in the back of his cab: Lauren Bacall, Leonardo di Caprio, John McEnroe, Sean Penn and Dennis Hopper, Simon and Garfunkel, Robin Williams, Norman Mailer, Diane Keaton and, yes, even Kevin Bacon.

He’s taken all sorts of people for a ride: Mafiosi, hookers, the rich and famous, down and outs, young lovers, tourists from every corner of the globe, lifetime New Yorkers, passengers in a rush, and others with no particular place to go.

So sit back and enjoy the ride, but remember . . . the meter’s running.

Reviews

‘Bursting with anecdotes from a 36-year career that spans hitmen and heart attacks, via Paul Simon, Norman Mailer, a llama and a coyote.’ INDEPENDENT

About the author

Eugene Salomon has been driving a taxi in New York since 1977. This is his first book.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2013
January 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
386
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Friday Project
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
1.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Worst app ever,,,, ,

Nychacks

As a nyc taxi driver myself I find these stories very similar like drunk passengers, fare beaters ect.

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