By: Stockley, Cynthia
New York/London, G.P. Putnam's Sons: 1930 (c.1929)
Edition: 1st [U.S.] Edition
Seller ID: 19451
Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ dj
[nice clean solid book, minor shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket has a small tear at top rear hinge, tiny chunk missing at bottom front hinge]. A story of love, murder and suicide, described by one critic as "atmospheric to the verge of mystical." The novel concerns a woman named Felicia Lissell, who travels to Rhodesia with her aunt, to visit the farm of Dick Cardross, but she doesn't suspect that "dangerous social complications awaited her in the gay English colony nearby." It seems that "Stella Cardross, her hostess, was a tiger woman who had long since been unfaithful ... View More...