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Tickets to the Devil

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Subject: Duplicate bridge, Richard P. Powell
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Tickets to the Devil

Tickets to the Devil
Author Richard P. Powell
Country United States
Language English
Genre Satire
Publisher Scribners
Publication date 1968
Media type Print
Pages 248 pp
ISBN ISBN 0-910791-41-4

Tickets to the Devil (1968) by Richard P. Powell is novel taking a glimpse into the world of duplicate bridge in the late 1960s. The story features characters loosely based on great players of those days, along with some fictional characters. All of them are competing or involved in a National bridge event set in the fictional Xanadu hotel in Miami Beach, while their stories intersect and interact in a Grand Hotel fashion.[1][2]


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