Picture - James Frey New York City, USA, Wednesday 14th May 2008

James Frey Wednesday 14th May 2008 controversial author James Frey promotes his new novel 'Bright Shiny Morning' at the Blender Theater. Unsure how he would be received, he brought two bodyguards to accompany him during the event New York City, USA







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