This novel is bound in black boards with white spine lettering. Soil to endpapers, and owner's name; inner pages clean, binding tight. A scarce title, this novel tells the story of an American reporter in Chungking who becomes involved in an "intricate story of espionage and counterespionage," as the Kirkus Review wrote. 247 pages; approx. 5"x8".
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