New York: Harper & Row, 1979. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in dust jacket. Review slip tipped in. A book with 17 nonfiction pieces, most of which were first published in Playboy or Esquire magazine. Includes the jewel "A Walk in the Country," that features encounters with a man who has spent his life mourning the lynching of an elephant and with some Deliverance-type hillbillies while hiking through the Appalachians. Also profiles of Charles Bronson and Robert Blake, a jaundiced look at L.L. Bean, his journey to Valdez, Alaska to write a story on the Alaska Pipeline and winds up being tattooed while passed out, when he gets beaten up in an alley in Pasadena, California, the day before interviewing a TV star, and much more. 213pp. (Inventory #: 13451)
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