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John Feinstein's eleventh book is an archetypal "memoir and more." One on One recounts thirty years of learning and getting access to the athletes and coaches who make sports most interesting. Feinstein's success on the quest is documented liberally in this book, which includes up-close and personal views of the likes of Tiger Wood, John McEnroe, Bobby Knight, Arnold Palmer, Dean Smith, Mike Krzyweski, Bobby Valentine, and Jim Valvano. As he notes, getting the real story in this golden age of media training isn't always easy; celebrity athletes are taught early not to confide in people carrying voice recorders or notebooks. A hit in hardcover; now a trade paperback and NOOK Book.