There were a couple of interesting pieces of media coverage about The Man Behind the Nose today.
First, Michael Kane wrote in the the New York Post that the book is “Part chronicle of derring-do, the posthumous tell-all (Harmon died in 2008 of heart failure) is also a chronicle of the entertainer’s vision in building an entertainment empire around face paint and funny shoes.”
And also today, Phil Potempa wrote for NWI.com that, “Without his make-up, Harmon wasn’t someone you would recognize as a celebrity. But once he laughed, it was easy to discover the clown inside.”
We appreciate the kind words from these journalists and look forward to sharing more media coverage as we close in on the August 17th release date.
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