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Sinatra: A Life Remembered by  Lew Irwin - First Edition. - 1997 - from KingChamp Books and Biblio.com

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Sinatra: A Life Remembered

by Irwin, Lew

Condition: Fair/Fair


Philadelphia: Courage Books (Running Press), 1997. Book. Fair. Cloth. First Edition.. 120 pp. on coated stock. Minor rippling from dampness along top margin of most pages, water stain on dust jacket, slight scuffing along top of front cover. Book bowed. Text and photos OK. . With bibliography, recording history and filmography. A photographic history of the career of Frank Sinatra, with emphasis on his early and mid-life years. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.




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