Eleven Twenty-Seven [SIGNED BY ARTIST]. Neil CARRUTHERS, William Melville Caverhill, Elaine Davey.
Eleven Twenty-Seven [SIGNED BY ARTIST]

Eleven Twenty-Seven [SIGNED BY ARTIST]. London: Rich and Cowan Ltd, (1935).

First Edition. Elaine Davey dustjacket art. "the story of the first prize-winner in a huge State lottery. One of the early reviews describes it as a "sermon preached in terms of farce against the dangers of winning a great money prize." Mr. Clink, the unfortunate hero of the story, finds that his troubles—instead of ending when he hears of his good luck—have only begun. He is paraded by the Press, invaded by borrowers and beggars, mixed up in serious international affairs, involved in a very disturbing legal action, and even runs the risk of being suspected as a possible murderer." This copy with ownership signature and address of the dustjacket illustrator at front endpaper. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket.

Price: $350.00