First Edition. Abbey dustjacket art. The true identity of the author has apparently never been discovered. However, the publisher had to pay a fine for publishing this work, being deemed indecent by the government. "No nice girl swears, and no nice girl drinks, but even a nice girl must eat. And if she wants to eat well, and wear a fur coat she must be nice, but with discrimination. At least that is the opinion of one nice girl who dares to write the intimate story of her own indiscretions. If a nice girl wants to get along she must realize that the world is made of two kinds of men: those she can coax, and those she does not want to coax." Scarce. Very Good, rear cover somewhat bowed, in Very Good dustjacket, some shallow edge chips, chipping at top spine end.
Jazz Age and Depression Era Literature