My Life at The New York Times 2004 I lied and I lied - and then I lied some more. In the end-justifies-the-means environment I worked in, I had grown accustomed to lying. I told more than my share of lies and became as adept as anyone at getting away with it unquestioned and unscathed. I suspected the truth would either set me free or kill me. The highly-anticipated memoir that captures the pain, anger, and fierce determination of Jayson Blair, a young black journalist who descended from slaves, he rose to become a national correspondent at The New York Times before igniting the largest journalism scandal in decades. Pub. New Millennium Press 2004 1st ?? #seq 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ISBN 193240726X HB with DJ and has 298 pages.DJ Near New/tiny tiny marks-edge curl Covers Like New/tiny tiny marks Pages Like New.