Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj
[bright and clean, very slight deterioration to cloth at base of spine, spine just a teensy bit turned, small piece torn out of edge of last text page (no loss of text), vintage price label (from The White House, San Francisco) on rear pastedown; jacket lightly edgeworn, small chip at top left corner of front panel]. "When a beautiful woman, in the prime of youth, finds herself married to a lifelong invalid and at the same time knows that love has come to her for the first time through another man, what is she to do? What of her vow, 'for better or for worse'?" Apparently the author, who wrote a total of six published novels but about whom I've found virtually no biographical information, was just eighteen when her first novel, "Race," was published, the year before this one.
Title: Shackles of the Free
Edition: First Edition
Illustrator: Illustrated by (dj) "P.S.J."
Location Published: New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company: 1929 (c.1928)
Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj
Categories: Fiction: Vintage
Seller ID: 19452