The Moon and the Wind [HOLLYWOOD / TRAILER FICTION]. New York: Green Circle Books, (1937).
First Edition. "There were three things Steve Greene wanted to do, and in the order of their importance they were: Get away from his Great Mistake (Vivian), Write the last movement of his symphony, and [fish] for record breaking bass and pike. And so he bought a trailer. How Gloria Newcombe, late of the metropolitan, and currently of Hollywood, running away from a new contract and an expensive and utterly unwanted husband, found herself in such a predicament, must not be explained here. At that moment, however, her disappearance had been ballooned into a sensational kidnapping that was not a publicity stunt. While Department of Justice men, State Troopers and assorted country sheriffs comb the trails for her, affairs inside the trailer grow ever more complicated, intimate, tempestuous, musical and enjoyable". Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, some edge nicks and tiny closed tears.