New York: Harper Brothers, 1943. STATED FIRST EDITION, All first issue points first edition book,and all 1st issue points DJ....Book:1st leaf has been torn out and previous owners name and date on first title page in ink. Light edgewear and bumping egdes and corners.very very minor minor yellowing to page ends and inside covers (not bad because they used really cheap paper during wartime period).still very tight and square.This is not ex-library. DJ: has rubbing,minor chipping,minor tears,still about 98% complete,price intact and has all 1st issue points.This is the true 1st edition book and DJ.. Stated First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good or better Laid in is a 3x5 stock paper with "Autographed for, "__________"(I can't make out the name), Martin Flavin in Authors handwriting, I slid it inbetween the Brodart and the back cover of the DJ to protect it not lose it...
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Journey in the Dark is a 1943 novel by Martin Flavin. It won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1944.
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