"First Edition January 20, 1969" is stated on the copyright page with full number line "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0". No book club imprint is embossed on the rear board. Dust jacket price of $5.50 is located on the bottom corner of the front flap. Caption on page 133 says Townley Smith instead of Bromley Smith. Caption on page 138 says Sorenson instead of Sorensen. Includes an errata slip that points out these errors.
Thirteen Days is classified in the following category: History
Picture of the 1969 first edition dust jacket for Thirteen Days.
The true first edition of Thirteen Days has no book club imprint embossed on the rear board. This is a critical first edition point because some book club editions do have full number lines on their copyright pages just like the true first edition.
The first printing of the first edition of Thirteen Days came with This Errata slip to correct caption errors on page 133 and page 138.
Other first edition points for books by Robert F. Kennedy include: The Enemy Within.
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