Laura Lee is the author of ten books including The Pocket Encyclopedia of Aggravation, The 100 Most Dangerous Things in Life, and The Elvis Impersonation Kit. She has been a regular contributor to Reader's Digest, the Times Union in Albany, and other newspapers and magazines. In addition to her writing career, she has sustained her less-than-stellar financial state with stints as a morning radio DJ, an improvisational comedian, a professional mine, and public relations director for a Russian Ballet Company. She lives near Detroit, Michigan.
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