File - William Shatner, center, and Leonard Nimoy, left, attend a Paramount Studio press conference about the new "Star Trek" movie in Los Angeles, March 28, 1978.
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The walls and shelves inside William Shatner's office are covered with the kinds of memorabilia you'd expect from someone who's served for over 50 years as a pop-culture icon.In the book, Shatner details his relationship with "Star Trek" comrade Leonard Nimoy, who died a year ago.In the photo, Shatner and Nimoy are smiling together off to one side; the actor who depicted Dr. McCoy appears more serious, separate.The 84-year-old actor-writer spoke with AP last week about his on-again, off-again relationship with Nimoy.AP: Why did you want to write a book about your relationship with Nimoy? Shatner: It marks the period at end of this long paragraph of our lives together. AP: How difficult was it to revisit your relationship?AP: Eventually, Nimoy and you weren't on speaking terms.
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