Pearl Harbor II: The true story of the sneak attack by Israel upon the U.S.S. Liberty, June 8, 1967

Washington DC: Mideast Publishing House, 1980. Special edition. Hardcover. 240pp. Small quarto [ 26 cm] Brown cloth covered boards with a gilt stamped title on the spine. Very good. The spine and edges of the covers are gently rubbed and bumped. The bottom edge of the text block has some very subtle staining, and the fore edge of the text block has a small scrape. There are two tiny stains on the top edge of the front free endsheet. The dust jacket is in very good condition. Mildly age-toned. There are numerous small extremely light stains on the jacket. There are numerous small closed tears in the edges. The longest closed tear measures just under 1 inch long. There is also a tiny chip in the bottom edge. There is an old price sticker on the front inside flap. Item #31402

About the Author- "As a prize-winning novelist, Taylor has earned an international reputation because of his iconoclastic passion for unmasking unfair or deceptive practices. He has written 21 books about military life, governmental service, the jet set, gourmet dining, and life in some of the few remaining outposts for adventure left in the world. And he has actually lived through a number of experiences which tend to rival his books in excitement, suspense, intrigue and danger."

Price: $75.00

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