Birds Fly South. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, (1930).
Presumed First Edition, no other publisher copyright information given. Mach Tey dustjacket art. From the dustjacket copy: "P. T. is a flapper. She lives in a New York hotel for the sake of a Good Address. She wears slinky clothes with a swishy little flare of red silk at the right knee. She lies in a tepid salt bath for one hour daily to preserve youth, beauty, suppleness. She makes it a point of business to pick up strange men who pay for her luncheon. She is ready to marry a stranger on a bottle of champagne. But - if you think you are going to find her a Horrible Warning, a Terrible Example of Flaming Youth, read further. P.T. is really the most charming among Ethel Hueston's many charming heroines". An uncommon Hueston title. Near Fine, some foxing to endpapers, in Very Good dustjacket, some darkening at spine, very shallow chips at spine ends.