"Notes from the WACKO! File and Tales from the Madhouse on McDowell," is one man's collection of stories and oddball letters saved over a 37-year career in public relations for the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association. The book covers the author's personal journey and its intersection with the first quarter-century of Suns history (1968-1992). It features behind-the-scenes stories on Jerry Colangelo, Connie Hawkins, Joe Proski, Dick Van Arsdale, the Phoenix Suns Gorilla and many others who help shape the early history of the Suns franchise. "The Madhouse on McDowell" was the nickname given to the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where the Suns played their first 24 seasons.