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Tickets to the Devil

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Some people have poker; others had bridge. Centered around the Spring Nationals of the American Contract Bridge League, the core of human nature is revealed through a remarkable cast of characters.
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Published June 1st 1988 by Devyn Pr (first published June 1968)
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May 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: x2015-16-season
Interwoven tales ala Grand Hotel.
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A humorous and interesting look at tournament bridge from yesteryear. Interesting characters and some unexpected twists.
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Richard P. Powell, a graduate of Princeton University, was a journalist and worked in advertising before becoming a full time writer. Two of his books, 'the Philadelphian' and 'Pioneer, Go Home!' were best-sellers in the '50s and were both adapted into movies.

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