Publisher: Duffield & Green (1932), New York
Publication Date: 1932
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: First American Edition
599 pages. Translated from the Russian. A novel based on the case of Menahem Beilis, a Ukranian Jew accued of blood libel in Russia before the First World War. The author was a Cossack general, who wrote a number of novels. A very good copy (previous owner's name inside) in a fair to good dust jacket, spine-faded and missing a silver-dollar-sized piece at the spine. The jacket flaps are also discolored and there are old tape repairs on the verso (back). Still, scare in any jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 50484
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