Black Market Publishing has released "An Education in Rebellion: The Biography of Nikki Sixx", by Jake Brown, on paperback, and available for order at www.blackmarketpublishing.com prior to its April in-store release. Featuring exclusive interviews with ex-girlfriend Lita Ford, legendary producer Tom Werman, former RIP magazine editor Lonn Friend, legendary rock photographer Neil Zlozower, substance-abuse specialist to the stars Bob Timmons, QUIET RIOT frontman Kevin Dubrow, and a host of others, this book promises to paint "both an intriguing and wildly colorful look at the life of hard rock's mad scientist, MÖTLEY CRÜE's Nikki Sixx."
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