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December 10, 2004

‘L.A. Confidential’ to come to US in 2005?

Dropped in right at the bottom of the Guardian's story about Armstrong delaying his Tour decision is this little nugget:

One potential distraction for the Texan could come with the possible publication in 2005 of a US edition of the unauthorised and controversial biography LA Confidential, published this year in French and the subject of two court cases over its suggestion through circumstantial evidence that Armstrong may have used banned substances, which he strenuously denied.

"We are in advanced negotiations with an American publisher and, if the book is published in the States, there will be a considerable amount of new material in it," said one of the book's co-authors, the French writer Pierre Ballester.

It would certainly have more of a market if Armstrong were racing in the Tour.

Posted by Frank Steele on December 10, 2004 in Lance Armstrong, Top Stories | Permalink

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