Title: Liquor Loot and Ladies
Author: Chester T. Crowell
Description: First Edition. Navy cloth boards with gilt illustration and lettering. Dyed top edge of text block. Head and tail of spine lightly pushed; top inch of the fore-edge of the front board shows some exposed board; thin cosmetic scuff on right edge of spine; faint blemishes on front board near lower fore-edge. The last several pages have a small dampstain at the very tip of the upper fore-edge corner.
A novel featuring wry observation, commentary and critique of American society, politics and culture, including the question of prohibition, written from the perspective of a political boss during the era of Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover. Published in the spring of 1930 during the tail-end years of Prohibition.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Alfred A Knopf
Place: New York
Size: 8.25" x 5.75".
Pages: 405 pp.
Keywords: novel, fiction, Prohibition,
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