Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. Item #5295
London: Croom Helm, 1988. Signed by the author on front free endpaper with inscription to New York Times journalist William Safire: "To Mr. William Safire with warmest regards and admiration, Elizabeth Teague." Additional signed handwritten greeting card with newsclippings laid in.
Octavo; 378pp. Yellow, red and white pictorial dust jacket; book in red cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. Dust jacket is clean and bright bright with several creases on the lower front portion, along with some bumping to, tail of spine and bottom corners, but no tears. Binding is sound. Pages are clean and unmarked.
Includes several newspaper clippings and a handwritten note from the author Elizabeth Teague to Safire that states: "Here is a recent article by myself and a friend. She is a great Gorbachev fan and, by the time the article was finished, I was surprised to find that I too had been largely converted. [...] Meanwhile, did the James Morgan articles I sent you convert you into a fan of his?"