New York: David McKay, (1959). First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Octavo. 5.5 x 8.25 in. [vi], 245 +  pp. Near fine in original full red cloth and near fine red pictorial dust jacket, price-clipped. Item #32268
An innovative literary work, particularly in respect to its portrayal of gay culture in New York, by accomplished southern novelist Lonnie Coleman: known for his 'Beulah Land' trilogy, as well as his unproduced play 'Next of Kin', later adapted to the 1958 film 'Hot Spell' starring Anthony Quinn and Shirley Booth.