Hole In None [Illustrated]

Hole In None [Illustrated]

by John D. MacDonald

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Hole In None [Illustrated] by John D. MacDonald

Liberty Magazine, January 1947
HOLE IN NONE
Short Short
by John D MacDonald
Illustrated by Glenn Thomas

Imagine making all the lucky strokes of a lifetime again—in a single golf match? Mr. Fingerhaver did

1700 Words


And as a BONUS - Special Features:


Liberty Magazine, January 1947
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT 1946?
by Ted Shane
30 Trivia Questions about 1946. Most are several part question. Sports, Entertainment, Politics, World Events. Not easy for a modern reader.
650 Words


Liberty Magazine, January 1947
THE CAMERA EYE
Pictures
Interesting photographs. A woman wearing a flower petal bikini, waitress race, hockey, a gorilla, Churchill's pressure chamber for flight, and a Nazi hung in Prague.
6 Photos 170 Words


Liberty Magazine, January 1947
ANSWERS TO WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT 1946?
by Ted Shane
The Trivia Answers
550 Words


Liberty Magazine, January 1947
PICK OF THE PICTURES
by Virginia Spies
Covers the movies: The Razor's Edge, Till The Clouds Roll By, Undercurrent, Song of the South, Humoresque, Margie, The Strange Woman, Deception, The Dark Mirror, The Jolson Story, Blue Skies.
6 Photos 650 Words

Liberty Magazine, January 1947
CARTOONS
10 Cartoons from the issue.


This edition includes all of the illustrations and photos from the story and features as well as 10 cartoon, plus the front and back covers to the Jan 1947 issue of Liberty magazine.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014356589
Publisher: Peril Press
Publication date: 05/29/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 766,293
File size: 17 MB
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About the Author

Widely regarded as a master of crime fiction, John Dann MacDonald (1916-1986) was the author of the critically acclaimed Travis McGee mystery series, numerous novels, and many short-stories. His book, The Executioners, was adapted into the film Cape Fear. MacDonald remains one of the most significant modern authors — authors from Stephen King to Kurt Vonnegut have cited him as one of their influences. In 1972, MacDonald received the Grand Master award from the Mystery Writers of America, and in 1980 he won a National Book Award for his Travis McGee novel, The Green Ripper, in the one-year category Mystery. He lived in Florida and died in 1986.

Date of Birth:

July 24, 1916

Date of Death:

December 28, 1986

Place of Birth:

Sharon, PA

Place of Death:

Milwaukee, WI

Education:

Syracuse University 1938; M.B. A. Harvard University, 1939

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