New York: Edward J. Clode, (1925). First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. Original red cloth, lettered in gold to the front panel and spine. 8vo - 319 pp. Minor edge-wear to the boards and head and tail pieces pushed. Previous owner name in pencil to the front paste-down with a book-plate featuring the same last name. Text block clean. In a bright and clean example of the very rare dust jacket, featuring wrap-around art by Edward C. Caswell. Shelf marker in pencil to the spine of the jacket. A lovely example of a book rarely found in jacket. A little bit of Les Miserable here - a man with a secret alleged criminal past has to flee suddenly from his wedding, flees in grotesque circumstances with his son, flees from what amounts to Bounty Hunters, all the while explaining to his son that the pursuer is The Wolf Man. Originally published in France by this French author.