Party Girl. Gerald SETON.

Party Girl. New York: Phoenix Press Publishers, (1941).

First Edition. "Patricia Morley's aim in life was not to be a party girl, but an actress. However, her director disagreed with her interpretation of a girl using her sex appeal to get a job, and Patricia set out to prove him wrong by acting the part in real life. Sure enough, Wall St. brokers forgot to watch the ticker tape when Pat crossed her knees. And before she knew it she was accompanying Whitney Pierce to a house party in order to make his fiancee jealous. It wasn't the sort of position for which Pat had been angling, but it did pay - and not only the stipulated salary". Very Good but for stain to top third of rear cover, in dustjacket with stain to top third of rear panel and spine, few closed tears and sticker abrasion at lower front panel.

Price: $65.00

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