The Dream Team ebook
by Joe McGinniss
Joe McGinniss was an American journalist, non-fiction writer and novelist.
Joe McGinniss was an American journalist, non-fiction writer and novelist. He first came to prominence with the best-selling The Selling of the President 1968 which described the marketing of then-presidential candidate Richard Nixon. It spent more than six months on best-seller lists. He is popularly known for his trilogy of bestselling true crime books - Fatal Vision, Blind Faith and Cruel Doubt Joe McGinniss was an American journalist, non-fiction writer and novelist.
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Joseph Ralph McGinniss Sr. (December 9, 1942 – March 10, 2014) was an American non-fiction writer and novelist. The author of twelve books, he first came to prominence with the best-selling The Selling of the President 1968 which described the marketing of then-presidential candidate Richard Nixon.
McGinniss, he of the best-Selling of the President, has written about another nameless writer who, along with a casually annexed young girl, Jennifer, and a friend, Blaine, has been playing the horses for 25 years with a System and a blind assumption that he can win. They go to Hialeah. True about half the whipped excitement here is off the track and in the motel where Jennifer, just as screwy as she is screwable, plays all kinds of games. Actually she wants to be taken very seriously although it is indeed difficult.
Joe McGinniss is the author of ten previous books, including The Selling of the President, Going to Extremes, Fatal Vision, Blind Faith, Cruel Doubt, and The Miracle of Castel di Sangro. He has five children and seven grandchildren. Paperback: 272 pages. Publisher: Simon & Schuster (July 27, 2007).
ISBN 10: 0394479920, ISBN 13: 9780394479927. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Published by Random House, NY, 1972. Condition: Fine Hardcover. From Bren-Books (Rockville, MD, .
BOOKS BY JOE McGINNISS. The selling of the president. 1969) Joe McGinniss was a twenty-six-year-old Philadelphia newspaper columnist when he decided to write a book about the packaging of 1968 presidential candidate Richard Nixon by following his advertising and media people throughout the campaign. 1972) Joe McGinniss’s only novel takes readers on a heady, whirlwind trip to the once-glamorous Hialeah race course, and takes the narrator on a heady, whirlwind fling with a groupie that shows you can’t always get what you want, but if you break even in the end, maybe it’s okay.