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Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974–2001)   Author(s) Don Felder with Wendy Holden Cover artist Phil Rose, Michael Ochs and Will Ryan Country United States Language English Genre(s) Autobiography Publisher Wiley Hyperion Publication date 2008 Media type Print Hardback Pages 340 pages ISBN 978-0-470-28906-8 OCLC Number 212893691 Dewey Decimal 782.42166092 B 22 LC Classification ML420.F3334 A3 2008 Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974–2001) is an autobiography written by former Eagles guitarist Don Felder. The book follows Felder from his less-privileged childhood through to the 21st century. Heaven and Hell, the short version title for the book, gained notoriety for expressing frank and often mean-spirited feelings to Eagles leaders Don Henley and Glenn Frey.[citation needed] Whether the claims were true or not has not been disclosed by Henley or Frey. Felder also discusses his split with the Eagles and how he was treated by former friends Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, both of whom he claims have not spoken to him since his termination. The book is the first autobiography from any member of the Eagles. The book contains several personal photos of Felder as a child and performing with various bands. References Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974–2001) by Don Felder External links Official Don Felder Website Don Felder Fan Site Interview with WPBF's Lisa Hayward Article in the New York Post This article about a biographical or autobiographical book is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e