New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1930. First edition. Near Fine / Near Fine. Original torquoise cloth, lettered in orange to the front panel and spine. 8vo - 257 pp. The book is very clean, bright and solid with just the slightest hint of wear at the corners. There is a rectangular offset to the spine from a shape on the dust jacket. The bright and compelling dust jacket has only minor wear to the spine ends. The art is by Guy Fry. There is the required parenthetical (1) at the last page to denote an Appleton first edition. This copy has a previous owner stamp to the front free endpaper. The author has signed her name to the front free endpaper as well. A very sharp copy of this mystery with a Pennsylvania setting. This title has become exceedinly scarce. Listed in Hubin.