Phoenix Press, 1945, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: Poor, First
Ex-library with typical marks, shelf wear; pages yellowed; a solid book. The jacket is trimmed short along the edges for library use; creased and stained; glued inside. "Patricia Gorham was very sure that she knew exactly how to become a motion picture star. All you had to do was go to Hollywood, become the mistress of some influential man, and presently you would find yourself at the top of the heap. The money which Patricia received from Mrs. Roger Laurence for giving up Mrs. Laurence's son paid her way to the Coast. There, producer Tony Young and Historic Pictures seemed the answer to the girls' prayers, important enough to be useful and susceptible enough to be easy. Patricia thought she had her cues down pat, forgetting that no actress plays exclusively in bedroom scenes." Illustrator: . Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 144051.