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How to live to be 100 - - or more: The ultimate Sex, Diet and Exercise Book* (*at my age, sex gets second billing) by George Burns - Hardcover - Early Printing - 1983 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and Biblio.com

How to live to be 100 - - or more: The ultimate Sex, Diet and Exercise Book* (*at my age, sex gets second billing)

by George Burns

Condition: Fine


New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1983. Early Printing. Cloth. Fine. Tight, very good copy, seventh printing. Signed by author, "George Burns | My Best." Missing dustjacket. Light grey paper boards with black quarter cloth spine. B/W photos throughout.187 pp. plus 4 pp. photos. Duodecmo, 5 x 8 inches tall.




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