© Maybe Tweed, No One Else Worth It
by David Frost. my dad had a copy of Frost/Nixon sitting on his nightstand when I visited to watch the Mets/Yankees on FOX at 7pm Saturday the 22nd (and how disconcerting it is that FOX is now broadcasting game(s)-of-the-week at 7pm Saturdays; in my youth it was 120pm, always, and I so looked forward to it; by 07, perhaps as early as 05, I don't feel like remembering right now, it shifted to 355pm, and now a specialty at 7pm? "makes me want to try and start again") and, as I was saying, my dad had a copy of Frost/Nixon which Frost wrote in '07 probably for a lot of money since the film was coming out, and in the copy was a list of other things Frost wrote; the title of this one intrigued me, and moreso once I Googled and found out it was written in 1964, so when I got home I impulse-purchased for around $7 off of Amazon shipping included from anglicanbooksellers or whatever.
still non-anxiously waiting its arrival here on Long Island, where the nights are spent dying. anyone else ever come across this?