New York: Macaulay, (1930).
Hardcover. First edition. Octavo. 288pp. Olive green cloth, with titles stamped in blue on spine and front panel. Very slightly cocked, a little scuffing on the topedge, near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a few tiny nicks and some faint vertical creasing along the spine panel, still an unusually bright and near fine example. The third of three novels by Sabastian (probably a pseudonym), about whom we have discovered little besides the authorship of a handful of stories written for various crime pulps. A novel set in New York about a pair of poor sisters, raised with the determination to conquer society. Trained to marry millionaires, they eventually buy their way into society, though the added drama of falling in love with a man without means or social standing enters into the equation. Uncommon in or out of jacket. *OCLC* locates just two copies.