Very good in very good dust jacket. book itself innear mint condition with one bumped corner. Dust jacket has several small tears in back cover, 203 p. Audience: General/trade; General/trade. By the author of Eight Men Out. A true story about the author being sued for $1.7 million by the television industry one man's fight against the forces of power and money. fast and Funny Bleeding Between the Lines is a colorful inside look at the television industry as told by a man whose own life, revealed in these pages, os oitself a ricj lode of anecdote and experience.
Good in good dust jacket. First Edition. First Edition / First Printing as identified with "1" in the full number line. Crease on inside dust jacket flap. Light wear to end pages. Text is clean and unmarked. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
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