New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1925.
Hard Cover. First Edition. 8vo.; gray cloth backed in bright blue cloth, with a paper label, with dusjtacket; x; 77 pages; with colored frontispiece; a fresh copy with most of the leaves unopened; the dustjacket has minor loss at the top of the spine (the loss does affect some of the titling); the dustjacket has not been price-clipped; there are no ownership or other marks of any kind in the book.~~Primarily known as a writer of legal thrillers, this short work (which first appeared in magazine format in The Saturday Evening Post the year before) is a bit outside his usual work Train’s detective Ephraim Tutt makes no account in the imaginative account of the discovery of a Fifth Gospel!~~The bright and attractive dustjacket is uncommon.
Near Fine binding / Very Good dust jacket.