Titre : The Storm-Center: A Romance
Éditeur : Dodd, Mead and Co, New York
Date d'édition : 1923
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Fair
Signé : Presentation Copy
Edition : Later Printing
vi, 327,  pp. Lacks frontis. Inscribed on free front endpaper, " Dear Pat, Of course Patricia Landon isn't nearly as nice as Patricia Herron, but she wouldn't have been named Pat if it hadn't been for you - so you must make the best of her! Your doting 'Uncle' Burton E Stevenson. Patricia Herron Her Book January 10, 1924." Stevenson (1872-1962) wrote mysteries as well as historical fiction, and two of his mysteries were made into films. During WWI, Stevenson served as the European director of the Library War Service and in 1920 established and was the first Director of the American Library in Paris. Brown cloth, spine slanted, with both boards still attached by loosened hinges. Previous owner's name on front pastedown. N° de réf. du libraire 4531B
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