Lyn Tornabene, Long Live the King: A Biography of Clark Gable,' published by Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., first published in 1976, this copy is the stated first Pocket Books printing of January, 1978.
Long Live the King is a 423 page paperback measuring 7" x 4". There is a name on the front endpaper. There is light tanning to the page borders. The condition is very good.
Gable the irresistible, Gable the indestructible. A last, long look at the greatest--and most private--star the movies ever made.
"I found myself, after all this time, stirred by memories of Gable's incredible screen presence. Watching him--and I suspect I'm no different from most Americans who first saw the light of screen in the 30's--I learned how to smoke too much, to do without undershirts and pajama tops, to get off a wisecrack or a left jab, to hold a shot glass or a girl, to make love and war." --Wallace Markfield, The New York Times Book ReviewISBN: 0-671-81733-7