"It had been two years since the flood and those who remained clung, despairing, to the land"
By Sue Grafton
Signed first printing of Grafton's first novel, a work of literary fiction preceding her 'Alphabet' mysteries by well over a decade.
About fine in fine jacket.
"What church are you?"<br />"Church of the wide world," he said, sweeping his hat across the night air.
KEZIAH DANE follows a single mother widowed by a devastating flood and a traveling con artist whose intrusion on the Dane family leads to a violent confrontation. A beautiful copy.
New York: The MacMillan Company, (1967). 8.25'' x 5.5''. Original red cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Blue-gray topstain. In original unclipped ($4.95) dust jacket, illustrated by Andy Virgil. pages. Signed by Grafton on title page. Very faint markings to front endpaper. Minimal shelfwear.
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