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He Got Hungry and Forgot His Manners by  Jimmy Breslin - Hardcover - Early Printing. - 1988 - from KingChamp Books and

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He Got Hungry and Forgot His Manners

by Breslin, Jimmy

Condition: Very Good/Good +

NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1988. Book. Very Good. Cloth Tape & Boards. Early Printing.. 273 pp. Light chipping of dj. Ink line on bottom edge. Colored endpapers. No marking, text clean. Breslin, the late, great columnist pens a novel based on Howard Beach gang warfare. Number line starts with 1 but lacks a first-edition statement. Retail price on jacket flap. Breslin photo on rear of jacket. Size: 8vo -- 8.5 In Tall.


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