On Murray Hill, NY: Farrar & Rhinehart, Inc. Publishers, 1935. First edition. Hardcover. 339pp. Octavo [20 cm] Yellow cloth covered boards with black ink stamped titles and red quadruple ruled lines on the spine and front cover. The top and bottom edges are trimmed, and the top edge has the publisher's red stain. Deckled fore edges. Very good. The cloth on the covers is foxed, and the spine is subtly darkened. The pages are age-toned. The front inside flap of the of the once-present dust jacket has been laid in. Bleiler CFL. Item #37096
From the publisher- "A novel of abstruse passion told in terms of everyday American life, and of the strength of character exerting itself in the face of inner mental struggle. It is quick-moving and Mrs. Jarrett subtly interweaves her strange psychological detail with the absorbing progress of her unusual narrative. She writes definitely of emotions beyond the normal; of elements in life which the reader recognizes with a shudder as being more normal than he, perhaps, cares to admit."