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Here Comes Immortality Hardcover – 1973


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Jerome Tuccille is the author of more than thirty books, including the recently published The World of Kurt Vonnegut: Freezing Time, with Kindle Worlds. His previous books include best-selling, award-winning biographies of Ernest Hemingway, the Gallo wine dynasty, Donald Trump, Rupert Murdoch, Alan Greenspan, and the Hunts of Texas, and several novels. Tuccille's biography, Hemingway and Gellhorn, was selected best e-book in biography by an independent publisher in 2011. Gallo Be Thy Name, a history of the Gallo wine clan and its roots in organized crime. was named the best book of 2009 by Reason magazine, and one of the best business books of 2009 by University of California Library System. The author's true crime memoir, Gallery of Fools (also updated with the title Art Heist), has been optioned for a movie. The author's underground classic, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, has found a growing readership since its publication in 1971 and has gone through five updated editions.

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