First UK edition. Yellow cloth boards with orange lettering to spine. Corners a little bumped. Otherwise about fine. In very good dust jacket with some edgewear and one small chip to head of spine and a small closed tear to tail of lower panel. Lavishly illustrated throughout. *** Kenneth Anger’s alternative history of the glory days of Hollywood, from the 1920s to the murder of Sharon Tate. The scandals, gossip, suicides, murders, sex, drugs, and anything else that couldn’t stand the light of day. *** The book was banned shortly after it was first published in paperback in the U.S.A. in 1965, and remained unavailable until reprinted ten years later. This is a rare first UK printing of that second edition.
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|Publisher||Century Hutchinson Ltd|
|Book Condition||Near Fine|
|Jacket Condition||Near Fine|