Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1971. 2nd printing. Hardcover. 0-13-938977-6 . [faint soiling to fore-edge, no other blemishes; jacket has a long vertical crease in front flap, red spine lettering a bit faded (but still readable), faint pen-tip indentations in front panel from somebody who apparently mistook the book for a clipboard]. SIGNED with a brief inscription by the author on the ffep. "The true story of a young man zooming down a one-way street ot hell -- his struggles, failures, and his arrival at a critical crossroad." The author, born into poverty in Brooklyn, New York, had a rough time as a young man -- he was a boxer for a time, joined the Marines (but was dishonorably discharged), and had frequent run-ins with the law -- but eventually turned lhis life around, went to Harvard Law School, and became a judge. Signed by Author . (Inventory #: 24609)
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