Paul Harvey's the Rest of the Story


Paul Harvey's the Rest of the Story by Bantam at Diaries Letters Stories. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Paul Harvey is the most listened-to radio personality in America.  Millions of loyal listeners tune in every week to hear his unique blend of news and views.  Now, in Paul Harvey's The Rest Of The Story you'll find eighty-two astonishing true stories of the famous and infamous, the outrageous and the unknown.  Each unforgettable tale has for its startling punch line the wild and wonderful solution to a real-life mystery.  The 1950's presidential candidate who killed a teenage


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Paul Harvey is the most listened-to radio personality in America.  Millions of loyal listeners tune in every week to hear his unique blend of news and views.  Now, in Paul Harvey's The Rest Of The Story you'll find eighty-two astonishing true stories of the famous and infamous, the outrageous and the unknown.  Each unforgettable tale has for its startling punch line the wild and wonderful solution to a real-life mystery.  The 1950's presidential candidate who killed a teenage girl.  The governor of New York who dressed up like a woman--at  taxpayer's expense.  The queen whose secret photo collection--if exposed--would shock the world.  The American founding father who kept his wife locked in the cellar.  The best-selling mystery writer who tried to get away . . . with murder!  From present-day shockers to historical puzzlers, Paul Harvey's The Rest Of The Story reveals the untold story behind some of history's strangest little-known facts.

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Manufacturer:
Bantam
Category:
Biographies & Memoirs
Release Date:
1984-07-01
EAN:
9780553259629
ISBN:
0553259628
Author:
Paul Aurandt
Publisher:
Bantam
Publication Date:
1984-08-01
Binding:
Mass Market Paperback
Item Size:
0.5 x 6.87 x 4.19 inches
Package Weight:
0.2 pounds
Package Size:
4.1 x 0.6 x 6.8 inches

 


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