Slaves of the Lamp, A Manhattan Nights' Entertainment [NARCOTICS FICTION]. George BRONSON-HOWARD.

Slaves of the Lamp, A Manhattan Nights' Entertainment [NARCOTICS FICTION]. New York: W. J. Watt and Company, (1917).

First Edition. Arthur E. Becher dustjacket art and illustrations. 'Though it makes no pretense of being a successor to 'God's Man,' it has by a curious coincidence the same central theme, 'the great opium conspiracy'. It is the story of Yorke Norroy, secret agent, and the chase of the four jade plates. On them was carved the secret formula for making of smoking opium. The Chinese Government wanted them badly - so did Yorke'. Near Fine in Good dustjacket, chipping and wear to edges, split along front spine edge (mended at verso with archival tape), partial splitting at front flap edge, lacks lower third of rear blank flap.

Price: $350.00

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