The Third Day. New York: Horace Liveright, 1930.
First Edition. Lewis dustjacket art. "Humphrey Daine had never really been dead. he had only been a man, goaded beyond endurance by his crushing debts, his wanton wife and his smothering passion for her which suddenly blazed into wild hatred. He was dead to his wife, dead to his townspeople, dead to the name he had worn for so many years - after the terrible fire he, himself, had instigated, leaving a skeleton in his own clothes to be taken for Humphrey Daine". Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, shallow loss at top spine end, few light dampstains.
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