Hardcover binding is firm and hinges are not cracked or damaged. DJ is protected with mylar and not clipped. Pages are tight and clean. Boards have light shelfwear and rubbing. Retired library copy with the usual marks and attachments. 211 pages. Hardcover binding. Year: 1977 ISBN: 0394410718 Falconer is the prison and Farragut is the convicted man. ""You'll go into cellblock A,"" says the guard, Tiny, ""where they got the lieutenant governor and all the millionaires but now you're in F. F stands for freaks, fools, fruits, first-timers, fat-aases like me, phantoms, funnies, fanatics, feebies, fences and farts. There's more, but I forget it. The guy who made it up is dead. Farragut is married and has a son, Peter, who loves him although he knows Farragut murdered his own brother.