Love's Blindness. Auburn, New York: Authors Press. (1926).
First Edition. Glyn's tale of an unsophisticated girl who finds herself in the most desperate matrimonial situations. Basis for the 1926 black and white silent film production directed by John Francis Dillow, and starring Ned Sparks. Glyn was one of the most popular romance novelists of the Jazz Age. Near Fine in dustjacket chipped at spine ends and flap corners, lower front flap fold with chips and crease. .
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