Set to Kill

Gabe Steele was down and almost out in Beverly Hills. He was riding on a motorcycle because his ex-wife got the BMW in the divorce settlement. He was on the Hollywood Grey List - he couldn't sell a script because he was over forty. And he was living on residuals from "Kojak" screenplays he had written twenty years before. The one thing Gabe Steele had right in his life was tennis - untouchable serves, killer backhands, ferocious forehands. And...

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Red Skelton

First Edition (stated); First Printing (10 to 1 print number line); E. P. Dutton, 1979, hardcover with price intact dust jacket; black & white photo section; no remainder mark; no previous owners name, no writing, no highlighting, no underlining; no page corners folded as place markers; dust jacket edge wear--one repaired tear on the top edge of the rear; dust jacket edge tanning; foxing on the top page edges and on the cloth of the white...

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