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WHO KILLED MARTIN LUTHER KING?  The True Story By the Alleged Assassin by  James Earl Ray - Signed First Edition - 1992 - from Tennyson Williams, Books and Fine Art and

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WHO KILLED MARTIN LUTHER KING? The True Story By the Alleged Assassin

by Ray, James Earl

Condition: Collectible-Very Good+/Fine-

Washington D. C.: National Press Books, 1992. 285 pages. The first printing of James Earl Ray's self-serving version of the assassination of the civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr. Boldly signed by Ray, without inscription, on the half-title page: "James Earl Ray April 1993." The signature is guaranteed to be authentic, and a COA is available, if requested. The book is clean and tight, with one slightly bumped corner of the front cover and a hint of toning to the pages. The dust jacket is clean, crisp, and bright.. . SIGNED. First Edition. Hardcover. Collectible-Very Good+/Fine-. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book.


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