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Sterling's Gold: 'Mad Men' book for sale?

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I adore the racist, sexist, drunk, silver-fox, trust-fund baby Roger Sterling of "Mad Men" fame. And I'm not the only one.

Fans of "Mad Men" watched this season as the character played to droll perfection by John Slattery stumbled through writing a book -- and failed to land that big contract. Well, it seems Grove Press finally gave Sterling that long-desired deal:

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Up for sale on Amazon, I really hope this book is the real deal. The Grove Press Web site offers a few delectable selections from the book:

You want to be on some people's minds. Some people's you don't.
Remember, when God closes a door, he opens a dress.
Don't you love the chase? Sometimes it doesn't work out. Those are the stakes. But when it does work out -- it's like having that first cigarette. Your head gets all dizzy, your heart pounds, your knees go weak. Remember that? Old business is just old business.

It's gonna be good.

(Thank you, Jason!)

By Melissa Bell  | October 27, 2010; 11:33 AM ET
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