Boston: Little, Brown, 1914. First Edition. An exceptional copy.
Although uncredited in the final production, Edginton’s novel is the basis for the 1919 stage play "My Lady Friends" (The New York Times, “One Farce – Seven Authors,” December 14, 1919). The play, in turn, became the basis for the 1925 Broadway musical "No, No, Nanette," which was then filmed twice, once in 1930, directed by Clarence G. Badger and starring Bernice Clair and Alexander Gray, and again in 1940, directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Richard Carlson, Victor Mature, and Roland Young.
Fine in a fresh, very close to Fine example of the rare dust jacket. Jacket is pristine but for the slightest bit of creasing at the crown.