Sincerely, Willis Wayde
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Sincerely, Willis Wayde

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Sincerely, Willis Wayde is a beautifully executed, full-length portrait of an American businessman of our time, a portrait that is at once realistic, compassionate and gently satirical. The lives of men like Willis Wayde who are successful in trade or politics are inevitably involved with a series of compromises. No other American author could so astutely delineate the str...more
Hardcover, 511 pages
Published June 1955 by Little Brown & Co
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