A Secret of the Sea (NAUTICAL MYSTERY). Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1920.
First Edition. Rudolph F. Tandler dustjacket art and frontis. Hubin listed mystery novel in which the dustjacket copy reads: "No living thing was on the ship - no sign of struggle. Bust as Manners entered the cabin he saw, looking at him from the case of a still-ticking watch on the dresser, the face of the woman he loved- and who had disappeared on the eve of their marriage. On his own ship there was his daughter and Knight, his secretary, getting deeper into their impossible love-affiar. Here was Knight's opportunity. How he solves the double mystery, winning Manners' respect and consent makes a really absorbing story". Near Fine but for innocuous previous owner stamp exhorting borrowers to return book after 5 days at front pastedown and front endpaper, mild foxing to fore-edge of pages, in attractive Very Good dustjacket, small chip and few short tears at lower front panel.