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Morgan, Byron.

THE ROARING ROAD.

George H. Doran: NY 1920 8 x 5.25, green cloth with green lettering, illustr of car and trees on front cover, pict dust jacket showing two race cars, 280 pp. Corner and spine tips bumped, bookplate, front hinge tender, text block cracked, pencil prices and dates on free front endpaper else good/very good, dust jacket is soiled, torn, stained, creased, chipped, missing part of spine and small pieces, tape repair marks on reverse. Byron Morgan was the American screenwriter during the period of 1919-1942; one of the movies he worked on was Laurel and Hardy's "Sons of the Dersert." The six short stories that comprise this volume originally appeared in several issues of "The Saturday Evening Post" in 1919. The book was adapted by the author for the 1919 silent movie with the same name and starring then-heartthrob Wallace Reid. From the dust jacket "Stories of the 'roaring road,' of motors and races and men . . . 'Bruin Ward,' he who made his Darco the best and fastest machine on the road. . . Thrill, pluck, daring, quick wits, rapid action. . . " Very scarce,


Book Id: 98-6670

Price: $150.00

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