New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Near Fine. A very clean, bright and pleasing copy of this spooky vintage mystery novel. Original russet colored cloth on boards, lettered in gilt on the spine. In the complete dust jacket with the admonition on the interior front flap - "Do not start reading it late at night." Very nice period art work by A. D. Rahn. With the signed book-plate of Philip Greely Brown to the front paste-down. Brown was a famous and respected book collector from Maine. He died in 1934 and his library went up for public auction in 1935. "Bibliophemera" has a blog post regarding the man and the collection. Copies of the auction catalog are available on-line as well. A fine and desirable copy in all respects of this vintage mystery novel with an interesting provenance. Listed in Hubin.