In "All the Beauty in the World," former Metropolitan Museum of Art security guard Patrick Bringley reflects on the decade he spent working inside the museum.

His memoir is described as a love letter to the Met and its inhabitants - from the curators who design exhibits to the electricians who light them, and the nearly 7 million visitors the museum welcomes each year.

Bringley gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the museum, which he writes, sees greater attendance than all of New York's baseball, football and basketball teams combined.

Tune in Tuesday morning on NY1, when the next guest in the "Mornings On 1 Authors Week" series stops by.