Overload, Arthur Hailey, Book Club Edition, 1979 Copyright, Novel, Thriller, Suspense, Fiction, Hardcover Book
A wonderful hardcover book titled Overload by Arthur Hailey. This book is a book club edition and the books original copyright was 1979. The book has blue cover boards with the title in gold on the spine.
This book concerns the electricity production industry in California and the activities of the employees and others involved with Golden State Power and Light, a fictional California public service company. The plot follows many of the issues of the day, including race relations, corporate politics, business ethics, terrorism, and journalism
Arthur Hailey (1920 – 2004) was a British-Canadian novelist whose plot-driven storylines were set against the backdrops of various industries. His meticulously-researched books, which include such bestsellers as Hotel (1965), Airport (1968), Wheels (1971), The Moneychangers (1975), and Overload (1979), have sold 170 million copies in 38 languages.
8 1/2 inches in length
5 3/4 inches in width
Published by Doubleday and Company
Original Copyright: 1979
This book is in Good condition. On the inside flyleaf is a black mark. There is no dust cover. No rips or tears. The book's spine is tight and in excellent condition. The book's pages are clean.
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