New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. 334pp. Octavo [19.5 cm] Green cloth covered boards with black ink stamped titles. Good. The edges of the covers are gently bumped and rubbed. There is a former owner's bookplate on the front pastedown. The text block is cracked at the title page, and again at p. 23. The pages are mildly yellowed. The dust jacket is in very good condition. Darkened, chipped and lightly rubbed. The rear panel is faintly soiled. The dust jacket is quite attractive. Item #27179
From the jacket- "Few writers can tell a Western tale as can Frank H. Spearman, and in 'Flambeau Jim' he gives us full measure. The book is a straightforward story of great open spaces, with enough hard riding and fast gunplay to suit the most exacting."