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What? Dead Again? (inscribed association copy)
Baton Rouge: Legacy Publishing - 1979 1st ed. of top edge; else a nice clean, complete & tight copy] Warm inscription is by Dr. Shulman to Atlanta writer and colleague Margaret Anne Barnes (1927-2007). Also laid in is a 5x7 black & white photograph of Neil Shulman lounging on a park bench (same as the back cover of the dust jacket). This photo is also inscribed warmly to Margaret Anne Barnes & signed “Neil Shulman.” Also laid in is a 4x6 color snapshot of Shulman with actor Michael J. Fox who played his fictional character in the movie “Doc Hollywood.” A 5x7 black & white promotional photo of the dust jacket is included as is a review copy notice and publisher’s press release. This copy was a review copy sent to Margaret Anne Barnes, whose true crime book “Murder in Coweta County” appeared in 1977 and won an Edgar Allen Poe Special Award. Overall an unusual first edition association copy of the Atlanta physician and author’s second humorous novel after “Finally . . . I’m a Doctor.” This one is said to have been ghost written by Carl Hiaasen, who met Shulman in the early 1970s while a student at Emory University, where he spent two years before transferring to the University of Florida because it had a journalism school. Shulman was associate producer of the Michael J. Fox film, “Doc Hollywood,” the screen title for the book. This is the true first edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Auldfarran Books, IOBA]
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