New York: Phoenix Press, 1935. First Edition. Fuller's first book, a sort of cynical screwball satire, about a New York reporter's rise, fall, triumphant return, and ultimate failure in Hollywood. One of three pulp novels he wrote prior to bringing the same sensibilities to his brilliant career as a film director.
About Very Good lacking dust jacket, with portions of the jacket flaps still attached at the pastedowns, and a library address stamp to both endpapers, as well as the top and bottom page block.