BROOKFIELD, Conn. — Looking to get a signed copy of Hillary Clinton's new book on the 2016 presidential election, "What Happened"?
Better get in line.
The new political memoir went on sale Tuesday, and it's already the top-selling book at Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.
The line went around the block at Clinton's first book-signing Tuesday at Barnes & Noble in Union Square in Manhattan.
And she is scheduled next to appear at Costco on Federal Road in Brookfield. Her book signing is set for noon on Saturday, Sept. 16. You must be a member of Costco to attend the event.
"What Happened" — with a list price of $30 — is about Clinton's loss to Donald Trump in last year's presidential election.
“In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I’ve often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net. Now I’m letting my guard down," Clinton, who previously served as senator and secretary of state, said about her new book.
The book discusses what it was like to face Trump, her feelings about James Comey's investigation into her emails, Russian interference in the campaign, Bernie Sanders in the primary and her experiences as the first woman nominated to run for president by a major party.
Simon & Schuster is calling it "her most personal memoir yet." Clinton has published two previous memoirs: "Living History," and "Hard Choices."
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