New York: Cape & Smith, (1929).
Hardcover. First edition. Darkening in the gutters, as always seems the case with this title, else fine in a bright, near fine dustwrapper with a small chip on the rear panel. Tipped to the front pastedown is a card Signed by Gibbons. A title that is advertised on the back of *The Sound and the Fury* and resurfaced in the *Lost American Classics* series. This is a "Yellow Peril" novel about a Tarter-Mongol tyrant leading his hoards through Europe, into Canada and invading the United States, by an important American war correspondent who lost an eye at Chateau-Thierry and won the Croix de Guerre. Exceptionally uncommon in this condition.