|Title and Author/Editor:||Licensed to Spy with the Top Secret Military Liaison Mission in East Germany (John A. Fahey, 2002), William G. Milliken: Michigan’s Passionate Moderate (Dave Dempsey, 2009), Rice Gold: James Hamilton Couper and Plantation Life on the Georgian Coast (James Bagwell, 2000), Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood (Alexandra Fuller, 2001), Chasing Hepburn: A Memoir of Shanghai, Hollywood, and a Chinese Family’s Fight for Freedom (Gus Lee, 2002), GO! The Bettenhausen Story – The Race Against a Dream (Carl H. Hungness, 1982), The Secret History of the Mongol Queens: How the Daughters of Genghis Khan Rescued His Empire (Jack Weatherford, 2010), American Soldier (General Tommy Franks with Malcolm McConnell, 2004), Luther Burbank: The Wizard and the Man (Ken and Pat Kraft, 1967), Anthony Blunt: His Lives (Miranda Carter, 2001), American Tragedy: The Uncensored Story of the Simpson Defense (Lawrence Schiller and James Willwerth, 1996), Myself and the Other Fellow: A Life of Robert Louis Stevenson (Claire Harman, 2005), Man Ray: American Artist (Neil Baldwin, 1988), The King Strang Story (Doyle C. Fitzpatrick, 1970), Ayn Rand and the World She Made (Anne C. Heller, 2009)|
|Genre:||Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs|
|Period:||Late 20th/ Early 21st Century|
|Edition Statement:||First Printing, Later Edition, First Edition, First American Edition|
|Signed by:||Licensed to Spy, Rice Gold and William G. Milliken are all signed by their respective authors. William G. Milliken is also signed and inscribed by Bill Milliken.|
|Ex-Libris:||Chasing Hepburn is an ex. Willard Library edition.|
|Number of Books:||15|
- wear to the covers with dings, soiling, rubbed edges and bumped corners; dust jackets are faded, chipped, label residue and show edge wear; three jackets are protected by transparent book covers; writing to endpapers; ex. library stamping and labels to one volume; tanning to text blocks and markings to edges.
- measures Anthony Blunt.