Wolsey, Serge G. (as told by)., pub. by The Martin Tudordale Co., nd, c1954, 3rd Hundred Thousand, 'This Edition carries an addition by the publisher', soft cover, date on 1/2 title page o/w vg, 446 pp, 'The Story of the Career of Beverly Davis'
Fair. No jacket. Loose binding. Considerable rubbing, wear and smudges on boards. Previous owner's ex libris sticker inside front cover. Pages are heavily aged and brittle. Some pages have tiny tears at edges. Tulsa's best used bookstore. Located on South Mingo Road since 1991. No-hassle return policy if not completely satisfied.
Fine in fine jacket. Hardcover in pebbled red cloth. 442 pp. Fourth printing, so stated on copyright page and dust jacket. Non-fiction. The story of the career of Beverley Davis, the notorious madam who operated glittering and palatial houses of prostitution in Hollywood for over a quarter of a century. A fine, bright example, bit of soiling to the endpapers. In a bright, crisp example of the boldly colored and lettered dust jacket, a bit criped at the top edge.
Good. Tight Clean Text. Light Edge Wear. Beverly Davis, the notorious madam who operated the glittering and palatial houses of Prostitution in hollywood's night life for over a quarter of a century, is the first madam to talk of her profession for publication indefiance of the underworld, the half-world and the world of galmour of which she was a part.
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