Item #5198 Fully Dressed and in His Right Mind. Michael Fessier.

Fully Dressed and in His Right Mind

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Presentation copy inscribed by Fessier to film producer Sam Marx. Near Fine in a Very Good jacket, unclipped ($2.00), a closed tear with associated rippling on the front panel, ink from the inscription on the front flap. Black boards with white ink lettering and designs on the spine and front board. Firmly bound with a black top stain and a slight forward lean, clean internally. Fessier's debut novel, the story of "how a young man in San Francisco sees a murder and meets the murderer, a little old man with green eyes who hates human beings, and of how the youth is haunted and terrified by him." According to Fessier's inscription, Marx was the first to review the novel. Before writing this novel, Fessier worked as a screenwriter in Hollywood, most likely where Marx became acquainted with his work. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #5198

Price: $1,000.00

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