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Death From The Ladies' Tee

Bartlett, James Y.

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ISBN 10: 0312076991 / ISBN 13: 9780312076993
Published by St. Martin's Press, 1992
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Signed June 10, 1992 on title page. (June is month of publication) Fine Condition book and dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # dftlt11192007

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Title: Death From The Ladies' Tee

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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Called down to Florida to cover an LPGA event, veteran golf reporter Pete Hacker uncovers rumors about the unethical business practices of "Big" Wyn Stilwell

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Despite a stronger opening situation and slicker moves than in Death is a Two-Stroke Penalty, Bartlett still doesn't seem to have the hang of the classic detective story. Here, sportswriter Pete Hacker is lured out of vacation to cover an LPGA tournament in Florida, only to find his natural distaste for the flat, marshy courses aggravated by the bulldozing tactics of LPGA Players Assn. President, Big Wyn Stillwell, who's been blackmailing both ``her girls'' on the tour and besotted LPGA commissioner Benton Burgmeister for their sexual peccadilloes, mostly with each other. Benton takes an easy out by getting killed, but there's never much question about who killed him- -though Hacker does have time for some likably abrasive face-offs with Big Wyn and an understated romance with a British pro. All the ingredients of an old-fashioned mystery, then, except for the mystery. -- Copyright ©1992, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.

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Rare Reads formerly operated a storefront in The Lakewood Antiques Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia but reverted to a strictly online operation when the Gallery closed. In 2006, Rare Reads published "The Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music" which received a bronze medal from The Independent Publishers Association. Long sold out, copies of the 13 pound tribute to the musicians who created the unique R&B genre are occasionally available on ABE. The book was a collaborative effort of Rare Reads and many others including the musicians that created the sound Southerns term "Beach Music." Rare Reads is considering future publications in addition to expanding its online enterprise. Rare Reads is operated by Greg Haynes and son Reid Haynes and has warehouses in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia.

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