Good. NO DJ. Page edges yellowed. Cover has wear along edges/corners. Spine has small tears on edges and one on face. Binding just a little loose. We have 1.5 million books to choose from--Ship within 48 hours--Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Very Good. Brown boards with yellowing lettering to spine and a solid spine. Slight warp to boards. Exterior with light/minimal rubbing to edges and corners. Interior with all pages intact complete and sound with no markings to any text pages. Prev owner bookplate and short poem to front endpaper.
Fine in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 324 pages. "These are the favorite off-the-record stories of the members of the Overseas Press Club-stories that were either too intimate to file at the time they were written or that were too secret; stories that would have embarrassed their subject or offended the censors; that would have violated one or another aspect of national policy or run counter to the interests of the publishers. They constitute a rich mine of behind-the-scenes anecdotes of famous new stories which they helped to make." FINE HARDCOVER, GOOD DUST JACKET.
Introduction by Bob Considine. Collected by the Overseas Press Club of America. A compilation of stories too secret, too personal or for some other reason not filed by a large number of correspondents during WWII.
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