Handwriting communicates much more than what is committed to paper. A quick note, a carefully composed letter, an autograph or a scribble also reveals a great deal about the personality of the writer. What are the clues to look for in a person's writing and what do they reveal? What do they tell experts that the writer might prefer to keep hidden? Join expert graphologist Sheila Lowe for an intriguing journey between the lines in Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous. - This fascinating book is a collection of handwriting samples of some of the most influential and notorious people of the past and present. - Discover what Elvis' 1970s letter to Richard Nixon reveals about his state of mind (restless, extravagant, impulsive, and unrealistic) and what Hillary Clinton's note to a supporter says about her (forthright, progressive, independent, and practical). - Includes reproductions of famous -- and infamous -- works of literature, personal letters, documents and scribbles. - Each spread includes "Between the Lines" features that focus on particular handwriting traits that you can use to analyze your own writing.