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King, Stephen
The Green Mile Part I: The Two Dead Girls [Signed]
375 Hudson Street, New York: Signet Books, 1996. Beautifully signed by Stephen King at title page: "For Mike - With best wishes, Stephen King, 10/9/97." Stated at copyright: "First Printing, March 1996"; number-line beginning w/6. Glossy pictorial wraps, liight shelf, some corner wear. Black wraps w/tinges of red and bold white raised cover titles portrays scene of magic hour of red sunset surrounding silhouetted prison structure w/single opening alit in green glow. Pages near fine, clean. Bind fine. Near fine signed example of the the first part in the series. They were sisters, and the perfect image of innocence. No one understood their brutal deaths, not even the man who killed them. But John Coffey is about to gain a new insight, about his life in prison, and about the one man who will walk him down that green mile... toward destiny. Prepare for Stephen King's boldest exercise in nerve-twisting suspense. A multi-part serial novel that begins on death row and goes on from there to realms of revelation that make death seem sweet. This is Stephen King's most irresistible journey ever. The Green Mile tells the story of two men, a prison guard and his new death row inmate, and their suddenly intertwined lives. What would it be like to walk those last forty yards to the electric chair, knowing you were going to die there? What would it be like to be the man who had to strap the condemned man in? Or pull the switch? What would such a job take out of you, or even add? The Green Mile takes readers deep inside this world, and into the psyches of two men at t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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