New York: Walker and Company. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1985. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8027-4040-5 . [nice-looking copy, with some very light dampstaining (visible only on the inside bottom edge of the jacket), light tanning to edges of text block, one tiny spot on lower fore-edge]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the dedication page, beneath the printed dedicatees: "and for / ________ / Long time friend to / Jack London / and / A.J. Fenady / Feb 22 - 85." "Fascinated by the life of Jack London, veteran Hollywood writer A.J. Fenady recreates in fiction one pivotal summer in the life of America's beloved novelist, who, though he died at thirty-nine, will live on forever in [his] novels and short stories." The plot concerns London, "not yet twenty, fresh from a disastrous sea voyage on The Northern Star, [who] sets to work on his first novel." Signed by Author . (Inventory #: 22951)
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