Honolulu Story
Ford, Leslie

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. F 252 pages; (from the text); ",,,Honolulu spills into the sea out of a broad lee-side valley below folding hills, like the end of a great cornucopia made by two wild volcanic ranges. The whole windward side of the Islands is a vast precipice above a narrow seaside plain and is called the pali, which means precipice..."; mystery story set in Hawaii at the end of the Second World War, atmospheric and capturing certain parts of the 'island style' of that time; publishers' first edition "A" on copyright page; with an additional rubber stamping relating to the fact that "...this story was orinally pubolished in the Saturday Evening Post under the title "Man from Japan"; tan & blue paper covered boards; some edge, tips wear to binding; very good condition. Very Good H (Item ID: 19363)


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