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Easton Press "Anything Goes!" Larry King Signed First Edition w/COA [Sealed]
Easton Press "Anything Goes!" Larry King Signed First Edition w/COA [Sealed]



 
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VERY FINE GUARANTEED. Sealed. A wonderful bright clean copy free of any markings, writings, or stamps. Sharp corners that have not been bumped. Unread book with square and tight binding. No bookplates attached or indication of any removed. The gilded page edges are free of any marks, spots, scratches, or blemishes.

  $125.00
Publisher: Easton Press
Edition: Signed First Edition
Binding: Full Genuine Leather
Illustrator: n/a
Dimensions: 9"x6"x1.5"


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Product Code: 80-118

Description SIGNATURE AUTHENTICITY
 

Personally signed by Larry King directly onto the limitation page.


Signed Limited First Edition of only 1,350 copies produced by Easton Press.

As host of Larry King Live -- one of the most popular daily forums for political news and commentary -- King has used his show to ask probing questions of the pundits, spin doctors, major politicians, and the reporters who are directly involved with the passing - American scene.

In "Anything Goes!", King will take a long and in-depth look at how our America -- through the prism of the electronic and print media -- has gotten to the point where it is today. Bipartisan politics, bimbo eruptions, grandstanding in Congress, backstabbing tactics -- and more -- it's the stuff of our daily headlines, whether we like it or not.

In sum, expect Larry King at his best -- with inside political stories and anecdotes never before reported anywhere.

Review

From Publishers Weekly:
As this collection of anecdotal, behind-the-scenes moments demonstrates, talk-show maven King enjoys incredible access to newsmakers. Indeed, private conversations with President Clinton and other high-level people help drive this breezy, entertaining book. King takes readers to a series of scenes: the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta in 1988, his TV studio in January 1992 after Clinton's famous appearance on 60 Minutes, and Miami in 1958, where King accidentally hit a car driven by a man named John F. Kennedy, who asked for King's vote in two years when he would run for president. With his customary down-to-earth simplicity, King offers his thoughts on such matters as Clinton's political tenure ("He stayed on course despite 'bimbo eruptions'") and racism ("The [O.J.] verdict proved racism is quiet") and small glimpses of the famous, like JFK Jr. and Marlon Brando. The momentary snapshots of personalities and thoughts, along with juicy snippets from his show (for instance, how Ross Perot came to say he might be a candidate for president in 1992, followed by the debate King hosted in which Gore decimated Perot), don't add up to much, but it's a quick and easy summary of some of the major events of the last decade.
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