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The Last Newspaperman

Mark Di Ionno

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ISBN 10: 093754874X / ISBN 13: 9780937548745
Edité par Plexus Publishing, Medford, NJ, 2012
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First edition first printing stated. Signed and inscribed by Aithor on the ffep. Hardcover in full black cloth with DJ. Condition newm square tight and crisp book, no edgewear. DJ new, bright and shiny, no tears no chips no edgewer, Price Not clipped. 8vo, 219 pages. No markings of any kind, no names no underlinings no highlights no bent pages. Not a reminder. Uncommon book. N° de réf. du libraire 009629

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Titre : The Last Newspaperman

Éditeur : Plexus Publishing, Medford, NJ

Date d'édition : 2012

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre :New

Etat de la jaquette : New

Signé : Signed by Author(s)

Edition : 1st Edition

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Synopsis :

In his much-anticipated first novel, award-winning Star-Ledger reporter Mark Di Ionno explores the roots of tabloid journalism and the rise of celebrity media culture.

Jersey in the '30s was Fred Haines s beat, though it was hardly worthy of the reporter who d scooped the Ruth Snyder story back in '27. "The most famous Daily News cover ever," Haines bragged. His photo showed Snyder strapped to the electric chair. "Respectable" papers denounced it as vulgar, but it sold millions of copies and cemented Haines s reputation as the go-to "tabloid guy" just as celebrity worship was becoming an American obsession.

But that was before Haines had the bad sense to publicly insult an even faster-rising media star named Walter Winchell. Haines wound up on the graveyard shift at the Daily Mirror, covering the most trivial stories his editor could dredge up. And Jersey.

"Strictly Sticksville," he said, remembering a cold March night in 1932. That was the night he drove down to rural Hopewell, near Trenton, oblivious that the story of the century was about to break under his byline. The infant son of Charles Lindbergh had been kidnapped, and Haines was about to become part of a media frenzy unlike anything anyone had ever seen.

About the Author:

Mark Di Ionno is a columnist at The Star-Ledger, New Jersey's largest newspaper. He is a 2013 Pulitzer finalist in the news commentary category, and has won the New Jersey Press Association's first-place award for column writing four of the last five years. Di Ionno got his start in newspapers as a Navy journalist and has been a reporter, editor, and columnist his entire adult life.

Prior to writing for The Star-Ledger, he was a sports columnist at the New York Post. He is an adjunct professor of journalism at Rutgers Newark, his alma mater, and has written three award-winning books on New Jersey history and culture.

The Last Newspaperman is his first novel.

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Art, Architecture, World an American history, First editions

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