Good in Good jacket. 224 pages; numerous small edge tears and edge wear to dust jacket; boards lightly rubbed. A racy, compassionate story of the new America one soldier found when he came back from the blazing skies of Europe.
Good with no dust jacket. The story of Lt. Don Corbett of the USAF, on leave for 21 days. The book is a story of the 24 hour journey home and his relationship with his fellow passengers, including a Senator, a horse-player, a young war widow, a sailor and his family, a Yankee industrialist, a doctor, and a fashion designer.
Good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Good Minus structurally intact, some yellowing to pages, light soil and/or wear, shows some edge and corner wear on cover, owner sticker inside. 224 pages the story of an encounter between a soldier returning from overseas and a young career woman, set against the dramatic background of a violent train wreck (based on author's personal experience as a survivor of the highly publicized wreck of the Congressional Limited in 1943).
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. 224 pp. The lightest of rubbing to the cover edges. The binding is tight and square, and the text is clean. The jacket is scuffed along the upper and lower edges.
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