New York: Atheneum, 1984. First American Edition. INSCRIBED by Harold Evans on the title page: "For --- / With warm regards and / admiration, from the author / Harold Evans / Chicago 1984." A terrific autobiography by one of the most outstanding journalists of the 20th century. Near Fine, with a bit of soiling along the top and bottom edges. The dust jacket is lightly sunned along the edges and has a couple of nicks and tears. Overall, a nice copy. Item #84
Under Harold Evans's leadership, The Sunday Times of London campaigned on behalf of the victims of Thalidomide and broke the story about double agent Kim Philby. Evans also recounts his battles with Rupert Murdoch, who bought The Sunday Times and its sister paper, The Times.