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Hardcover, 1st Edition, 324 pages
Published 1978 by Morrow
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I don't know a lot about tennis but I really enjoyed this book. It was abridged so it flowed quickly and the story was well edited. It was one of those quick reads because you couldn't quit reading!
I am not finding the novel that interesting, as it appeared to be from its preview.
I read the condensation of the novel, probably, that could be the reason that I did not like it much..
This was like a typical hollywood movie didnt like it much..
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William Clark "Bill" Brinkley was an American writer and journalist.

Brinkley is perhaps best known for his 1988 novel, The Last Ship, and his 1956 novel, Don't Go Near the Water, which was later adapted to film in 1957 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as Don't Go Near the Water.

Brinkley was born in Custer City, Oklahoma on September 10, 1917, the youngest of five children and the son of a minister. He gradu
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