After 50 years in television, recently retired game show host Barker (The Price Is Right) recalls peak moments of his long career in this engaging memoir, Priceless Memories. When WWII interrupted his college education, he became a naval fighter pilot, but the war ended before he got a seagoing squadron assignment. In the postwar years, as he made a smooth transition from radio to television, audience participation shows became his specialty, and fame followed after an invitation from Ralph Edwards to host Truth or Consequences. Giving away millions, Barker stayed with The Price Is Right for 6,500 shows. He also writes at length about how his concern for animal rights created professional career problems, notably in hosting beauty pageants where furs were worn. Proceeds from the book sales will go towards DJ&T Foundation, which he founded in 1994 to help foot the bill of spaying and neutering animals.