Hard Cover, Chicago: M. A. Donohue, 1900. Good with no dust jacket.
Undated; circa 1900. Slightly cocked with bumped corners. Light blue cloth over boards is slightly faded at spine. Bright, clear pictorial on front cover with black design and lettering. Tight binding and hinges. Owner's name on ffep; no other writing or marks. Pages clean and just slightly off-white. Displays no sign of actual reading wear. 143 pp. plus publisher's ads. ; Sentimental romantic women's dime novel written under the name Bertha M. Clay, a pen name used originally by Charlotte M. Brame and after her death by numerous authors. The name Bertha M. Clay was an important and popular one in the genre. This is a particularly scarce title. 7.5" (19 cm) tall; 143 pages.