New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. 244pp. Octavo [21 cm] Olive green and black cloth covered boards. Very good. The spine and covers are slightly faded, rubbed and bumped. There are several small light moisture stains on the bottom edge of the front cover. Very subtle darkening along the hinges. Internally, very clean. In a fair condition only dust jacket, with numerous pieces of tape backing closed tears in the edges. There are multiple losses from the edges. The largest loss measures 2 and 1/2 inches wide by 1 inch deep at its deepest point. The dust jacket has large, but light damp stains, that are more noticeable on the internal, non-visible side of the dust jacket. The spine of the dust jacket is subtly sun faded. The dust jacket is also mildly age-toned and rubbed. Item #34699
From the dust jacket- "All of Zane Grey's skill as a storyteller, all the magic of the canyon country, are in this novel of a youth growing quickly to manhood on the open range of the southwest."