Maria Shriver and the Kennedy family name are almost synonymous with Hyannis Port, MA., where the family have had a compound since 1926.But as Shriver’s ex-husband Arnold Schwarzenegger releases his latest autobiography “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story” this week, the Kennedy neighbours in the small town are proving rather nosy.
“Hyannis Port residents care deeply about what Arnold has done behind Maria’s back, because the book stores in town have completely sold out of ‘Total Recall,'” reports TMZ. “In fact, residents were chomping at the bit to get the book, because most of the sales were pre-orders.”
The tell-all is currently on sale for $18.74 on Amazon.com.
But we did some digging of our own and an employee from the local Barnes & Noble tells Business Insider, “We’ve sold quite a few, it’s up on our best sellers. But we still have plenty of copies left to sell.”
An employee at nearby Parnassus Book Services in Cape Cod, however, tells us that “absolutely no one” has come in looking for Schwarzenegger’s new book.
“I wouldn’t stock it in the store because I’d have it for six months, I’ve still got his older one,” explains the Parnassus employee, who said that Ethel Kennedy has visited the book store “a few times.”
“This is not the first autobiography he’s done and he’s only what, 45?” added the book seller. (Schwarzenegger is 65-years-old, for the record.)
Meanwhile, Shriver has remained mum since the book hit shelves on Monday.
Schwarzenegger revealed Sunday on “60 Minutes” that he hopes to one day reconcile with his estranged wife. Watch below:
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