2 Eliot Asinof Non-fiction Books – Both Autographed.
Lot 384. 2 Eliot Asinof Non-fiction Books – Both Autographed. Both signatures are mint 9 to gem mint 10 on the book's title page. Best known for “Eight Men Out,” his book covering the 1919 World Series Black Sox scandal, Asinof also wrote a broad range of fiction and non-fiction books on sports and non-sport topics. These two books cover segments of U.S. history. In “Bleeding Between the Lines,” he provides details of a civil suit filed against him by David Suskind’s Talent Associates organization, as well as insights into television and politics of the period. Ex+ stated first edition 1979 book, vg+ to ex dust jacket. "1919: America’s Loss of Innocence” presents Asinof’s perspective on four 1919 events that, he argues, changed the country’s attitude and direction. He focuses on personalities, as well as events. The book, an apparent first edition, is ex-m with a small, minor scuff inside the front cover where a price sticker was removed; the dust jacket is vg+ to ex. Asinof’s autograph are PSA/DNA Pre-Certified. Minimum Bid $15.