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This ain’t your father’s WKRP in Cincinnati. The story Turi Ryder tells in her new book, She Said What? (A Life on the Air), has all the personalities from the late-’70s sitcom, but magnified, in a no-nonsense, glaring, warts-and-all reveal of this radio journey-woman’s rock and talk radio career.

Cleverly using a(French for “novel with a key”), Ryder portrays the real people and real places that have been part of her life on and off the air. The reader is drawn into the blur between nonfiction and fiction, and will be trying to recognize these people and these places.

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