No Thank You. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., (1934).
Presumed early printing, no statement. "For ten years he drank too much. Liquor possessed him. He could not stop. It brought him to the verge of suicide. Something else took possession of him. Then he did stop. For twelve years he never drank a drop. Under Prohibition friends told him this was a great mistake. To bring his information and experience up to date, he went off on an 'experimental jag'." Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket.
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