When you contemplate running for president, your life becomes an open book.
John Huston recalls in his autobiography, An open book, a time when he asked Mitchum to crawl across the grass on his elbows.
Good luck with that once your origins are an open book to officialdom.
It seems that open book Toronto has now included the entire entry.
The heath lay as an open book before him, and he studied it with delight.
All three bent on the ground eyes accustomed to read there as in an open book.
I sit for hours with the open book before me and never see a line that is printed there.
She would have liked to feel that her heart was an open book for her friends to read.
In the ring of light under the lamp was an open book, an inkstand and a pen.
There was a centre table in the room and an open book on it.
something or someone that is easily understandable; something that is very clear; someone who conceals nothing
Her life is an open book.