New York: Farrar & Rinehart, . First Trade Edition. Slim octavo (21cm.); original cloth in blue and white pictorial dust jacket; 61pp.; illus. Light wear to jacket and cloth extremities, jacket edges a bit toned, jacket and cloth spines rather sunned (more so to the former's), slightly later ownership rubberstamp of a Georgia and John Chapman to front free endpaper, front pastedown a bit foxed. Overall Very Good.
Faustian novella set in New Hampshire and adapted into film twice, first in 1941 as "All That Money Can Buy," (starring Edward Arnold) and again in 2003 as "Shortcut to Happiness" (starring Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Alec Baldwin).