02. April 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: Memoirs, NonFiction, Tammy · Tags: , ,

License to Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver by Rick Harrison, 258 pages, read by Tammy, on 04/02/2012

Story of life at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas made famous by the History Channel show Pawn Stars. Rick gives you info on the pawn shop business and some of his personal and family history. He also shares some of the more interesting items that have come in to the shop, items that aren’t for sale and stories about some of their more colorful regular customers (with names changed of course). His Dad, Corey and Chumlee each get their own chapter to tell the story from their viewpoint as well. Chumlee does come across smarter in the book than he does in the show, but he also comments that he doesn’t mind that he still sells more fan t-shirts, bobble heads etc., so he’s happy with how he is portrayed on TV. If you’re a fan of the show because of the unique items that come in and the relationships between the family members you will enjoy this book.

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