Bunny: The Real Story of Playboy/401004

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Jan 1, 1985 - Playboy (Chicago, Ill.) - 371 pages
Traces the thirty-year history of "Playboy" magazine, from its modest beginnings, through its soaring success in the heyday of the sexual revolution when it became the cornerstone of the Playboy corporate empire, to the internecine warfare that brought it

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User Review  - BeeQuiet - LibraryThing

In journalistic terms, this is heavily biased, but at least Miller recognises this himself. That taken into account, this is an absolutely fascinating read. I particularly enjoyed discovering that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Gilligan-nolan - Goodreads

Read this many years ago and enjoyed it, but the downside would be the almost index like manner that the author used to give details of the magazines success in numbers and figures, too much useless information really. Read full review

Contents

Foreplay
1
How about Playboy?
16
Wow Miss October Was Really the Most
41
Copyright

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Russell Miller was born in east London and began his career in journalism at the age of 16. While under contract to the" Sunday Times" magazine, he won four press awards and was voted Writer of the Year by the Society of British magazine Editors. He is the author of eleven previous books, most recently an acclaimed history of the legendary Magnum photo agency.

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