The Gambit: Joseph Hayes III The Gambit: Joseph Hayes III

The Gambit

Joseph Hayes III

Edité par Self Published/Writers Club Press/iUniverse, 2001
Etat : Very Good Couverture souple
Vendeur The Andalusia Bookman (Bensalem, PA, Etats-Unis)

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1ST EDITION, SELF PUBLISHED, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR!!!!!! Paperback, Octavo, 433 Pages, including epilogue. Very good condition. Creasing and slight rubbling along paperback jacket. Creasing along length of jacket spine, chipping and fraying along spine/jacket edges. Creases within quadrants of top, fore, and rear edges. Book otherwise clean and tight. Signed and inscribed by author Hayes, in blue ink, center quadrant, recto title page: "To Sensei Mo, Domo Arigato gazeia mashta, Joe". Very entertaining fictional account of a naive man's journey into modern day politics, uncovering a particular truth about the American electoral process. Author Hayes from Bucks County, PA, made an unsuccessful run for Congress in 1992 as a Democrat. N° de réf. du libraire JL-51

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Titre : The Gambit

Éditeur : Self Published/Writers Club Press/iUniverse

Date d'édition : 2001

Reliure : Soft cover

Etat du livre :Very Good

Etat de la jaquette : No Jacket

Signé : Inscribed by Author(s)

Edition : 1st Edition

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I, the Andalusia Bookman, have a stock of over 100,000 covering a wide range of items specializing in 19th and 18th c. illustrated books, chromolithos, Philadelphiana, rare anthropology, early hermeneutics, Natural history, first editions and signed items, Beat lit, '60's material, unusual occult, erotica and esoterica. This is my personal collection from which I am de-accessing most everything, including a vast amount of ephemera, art work (steel engravings, pouchoir, collotype), movie posters (of the 1940's - 50's) and a mass of important 19th c. bound periodicals (Oology to Archeology, Mathematics, Botany, Knitting), and 20th c. Art journals, Italian Fascist publications, etc., culled from Walter J. Johnson's liquidation, as well as a collection rare jazz records, including 100's of Boogie Woogie and BeBop '78s, And much more, just ask. I was previously established as The Book Merchants, the Philadelphia's Riverside Book Fair and 30th Street Station Book Fair. In 1991 I purchased the stock of Samuel Kleinman's legendary Schuylkill Book and Curio Shop of 4207 Lancaster Ave., Phila. PA.

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