She’s a U.S. Senator from New York, a former First Lady and now a best-selling author. Hillary Rodham Clinton brought her book tour to St. Louis Monday, signing more than 1,000 copes of her memoir “Living History” at Left Bank Books. Clinton flew in from Atlanta for the nearly three hour book-signing in St. Louis, then boarded a plane for Minneapolis. Clinton didn’t just sign books. She did some politicking as well. Clinton met with State Treasurer Nancy Farmer, the Democrat who will challenge Senator Christopher Bond next year. She also met with former Senator Jean Carnahan and her daughter, Robin Carnahan, who is a Democratic candidate for Secreatry of State. St. Louis Congressman Lacy Clay also stopped by to see Clinton.