NBC NATIONAL INVESTIGATIVE CORRESPONDENT AND HOST OF “ROSSEN REPORTS” ON TODAY BRINGS THE ULTIMATE HANDBOOK TO LIFE.
Do you know where to take shelter in an earthquake? How to bust a lying car mechanic? Save money at the store?
You’ll know now.
Every morning, millions of Americans watch Jeff Rossen explain how to solve our most harrowing problems, such as: how to put out a kitchen fire, find bedbugs, avoid rip-offs, and even how to survive a plane crash. In Rossen to the Rescue, he includes daring experiments, expert advice, and game plans for handling all the wild cards in life―big and small―while sharing personal, and sometimes embarrassing, anecdotes that he couldn’t tell on television. Overflowing with never-before-seen tips and tricks, this book is filled with enough hacks to keep you and your family safe…and it just might save your life.
Jeff Rossen began his broadcasting career as a teenager in radio before making the transition to local television as a reporter. He earned an Emmy Award for “Deadline News Writing,” an Edward R. Murrow Award for his work covering the September 11th attacks, and has also received an award from the U.S. Justice Department for his special reporting on crime victims. Jeff Rossen joined NBC News as a New York-based correspondent in September 2008 and was named National Investigative Correspondent in 2012. He contributes to all NBC News programs and platforms including TODAY, NBC Nightly News, MSNBC, NBCNews.com, and the network’s mobile properties. Jeff is the author of Rossen to the Rescue.