A Foot in the Door: The Reminiscences of Lucile McDonald
Washington State University Press, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 295 pages
A Foot in the Door is the compelling autobiography of one of the Pacific Northwest's most-read journalists and authors. Mc Donald's remarkable 75-year career took her around the world, and included 23 years of service at the Seattle Times.
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