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Book Description

William S. Burroughs Jr. was the son of William S. Burroughs and Joan Vollmer. On September 6, 1951, Billy's father shot and killed his mother in a drunken game of 'William Tell' in Mexico City. In chapter three of his second novel, Kentucky Ham, Burroughs relates his memory of the day his mother was shot dead, as well as the subsequent reunion with his father after he was freed from a Mexico City prison.
Dealer Notes
First British Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Author Burroughs, William, Jnr.
Date 1973
Binding Softcover
Publisher Picador/Pan Books, London
Condition Very Good Condition (No Dust Jacket as published) previous owner's name (crossed out) inside front cover
Pages 194

Price: £15.00

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