Anne Heche’s memoir selling as ‘collectible’ for nearly $750

A 2001 memoir written by Anne Heche is selling for more than $700 online, as interest in the book spiked after the actress’ death.

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Anne Heche died Friday after she was taken off life support following a fiery crash in Los Angeles, as we reported. Heche was 53 years old.

The tell-all memoir, titled “Call Me Crazy: A Memoir,” followed Heche’s tragic childhood through her Hollywood career and high-profile relationship with comedian Ellen DeGeneres, and was published in 2001.

The out-of-print book is appearing on sites like eBay for prices starting at $192, and on Amazon as a “collectible” starting at $736. The memoir has been out of print for years, and is not carried in-stock at stores like Barnes & Noble, The Los Angeles Times reported.

In an interview with the “Behind the Velvet Rope” podcast released posthumously, Heche revealed she was writing a follow-up to “Call Me Crazy” that would be titled “Call me Sane,” and would chronicle her life after her trauma and abuse, while helping others on their journeys, ET Online reported.

Scribner, the memoir’s publisher, has not responded to inquiries about whether it will reissue the book, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

When the book was first released, its price was $26, ET Online reported. Publisher’s Weekly called the audiobook, narrated by Heche, a “harrowing autobiography.”

For those who want to read the book in a digital format, The Internet Archive is offering a version to “borrow” for free, according to The Hollywood Reporter.